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Expungement - The process by which the record of criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed.
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expungement
A court order allowing the destruction or sealing of records of minors or adults, after the passage of a specified period of time or when the person reaches a specified age and has not committed another offense.
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Expungement - The process by which the record of criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed.
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Felony - A serious criminal offense. Under federal law any offense punishable by death or imprisonment for a term exceeding one year.

Expungement -The process by which the record of criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed.
Extradition -The surrender of an accused criminal by one state to the jurisdiction of another.
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Expungement: Official and formal erasure of a record or partial contents of a record.
Extradition: The process by which one state or country surrenders to another state, a person accused or convicted of a crime in the other state.
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~: Official and formal erasure of a record or partial contents of a record.
Extenuating Circumstances: Circumstances which render a crime less aggravated, heinous, or reprehensible than it would otherwise be.

~: The destruction or sealing of records of minors or adults, after the passage of a specified period of time or when the person reaches a specified age and has not committed another offense. Sometimes provided for by statute and sometimes ordered by the Court under its inherent powers.

~ - A process where a conviction may be set aside either upon the passage of time or the completion of certain conditions. The conviction may or may not be totally removed from all aspects of a criminal record. Not available in some states.

~ - A process by which a record, or a portion thereof, is officially erased or removed after the defendant is not convicted. Criminal record ~ requests are heard by circuit courts, and, under certain conditions, by the general district court.

~ See sealing of record.
extradition The surrender of a criminal by a foreign state to which he has fled or taken refuge from prosecution, to the state within whose jurisdiction the crime was committed, upon the demand of the latter state.

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A procedure whereby a court orders the annulment and destruction of records of an arrest or other court proceedings.
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Official and formal removal of conviction from a criminal record.
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For example, a request for a search warrant is an ex parte proceeding, since the person subject to the search is not notified of the proceeding and is not present at the hearing.
~ - The process by which the record of criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed.

Action Circumstances which render a crime less aggravated, heinous, or reprehensible than it would otherwise be.
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The process by which the record of criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed.
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