My son was convicted of a juvenile offense when he was 15. He is 17 now and talking about going into law enforcement. Will his record automatically remain sealed when he turns 18, or can this affect his future job prospects?

While juvenile records remain sealed (inaccessible to the public) until age 18, there are procedures available to keep some or all of a minor’s record sealed once they reach legal age. Because these procedures depend on the situation, contact our office for a free consultation to see whether keeping records sealed is an option

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