Under Colorado Law, a person who was arrested but never charged with a crime, is entitled to have that arrest record sealed. C.R.S. 24-72-704. Courts are required to seal a defendant’s criminal record when a case is completely dismissed, a defendant is acquitted of all charges, a defendant completes a diversion agreement or a deferred judgment. Even though courts are required to seal the criminal record, often that does not happen. C.R.S. 24-72-705. Colorado law also permits the sealing of certain misdemeanor and felony convictions.
If you believe you might be entitled to have your criminal record sealed, contact Jason Gardner at email@example.com or 720-339-8804 for a quick and easy consultation.