You can remove, seal, impound, or isolate all records on file within any correctional facility, court, law enforcement, detention, or criminal justice agency by an expungement law. An expungement order can remove your arrest, all court proceedings related to your case, your criminal or juvenile conviction, the outcome of your case, including your sentence information. It’s important to have a clear idea about expungement, it’s not a pardon. Us presidents even state governors may also pardon certain defendants in their states but the proceedings must be ordered by a judge. Expungement reduces the impact of a criminal record to live a better life. You can apply for an expungement after five years of your sentence is served. All fines and fees must be paid. Sometimes it may be after four years. Only one indictable conviction you can expunge or three disorderly person offenses.