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  • Sealing Court Records Record sealing is the process that legally restricts public access to documents associated with a case in the legal system. Examples include arrests, acquittals, convictions and dismissals. The practice enables individuals to get a fresh start without the burden of their previous criminal record. After the court approves your request, it is deemed that the event never occurred. According to Nevada Statute 179.285, you are not required to disclose the matter on employment applications. The state keeps the records in the event that you are involved in future legal proceedings or certain agencies need access to your files, such as the Gaming Commission. The process to seal records can differ between jurisdictions. It also varies between civil

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