Less serious offenses: may petition court for relief 15 years after release from incarceration. Must complete treatment program. Pardon may relieve registration obligation, per specific provisions in pardon regulations. See State v.
For more serious offenses, duty to register relieved only by [state] pardon. Lifetime supervision order: No criminal conviction while under supervision. See People v. First-time juvenile sex offense adjudication except from registration, unless the juvenile court finds that "registration is necessary for protection of the public and that registration is in the public's best interest.
No registration for juvenile adjudications. No provision for early termination except for youthful offenders on probation see next column.
Aggravated prostitution relief: A person required to register solely due to a conviction for aggravated prostitution may petition the sentencing court any time after a verdict or finding of guilty, for termination of the registration requirements based on the person's status as a victim of human trafficking offense, a sexual offense, or domestic abuse.
No registration for juvenile adjudications. Permanent AR residents convicted in other states may apply for relief. Public registry-qualified juvenile offender registrants may petition for termination after 25 years.
Sealing available 5 years after termination of juvenile court jurisdiction or upon turning Aggravated prostitution relief: court must determine petitioner has been a victim of human trafficking, a sexual offense, or domestic abuse, and that "the person should not be required to comply" with the registration requirements.
See ch. Employment: Those convicted of less serious offenses may petition county court for relief from employment restrictions e. Court may consider criminal history. However, inherent authority expungement has limited benefits, as it only affects judicial records and not executive branch records.