Self-represented litigants and attorneys may file expungement petitions through the eCourts Expungement System. You may use the same user ID if you have previously registered for another judiciary application. Attorneys with eCourts access should use existing login credentials.
Self-represented litigants can now submit expungement petitions online and receive updates via the new eCourts Expungement System. The eCourts Expungement System will compile your court records based on the information in the judiciary systems and electronically generate the petition. The prosecutor will review the petition and submit a response to your petition via the eCourts Expungement System. If the prosecutor objects to your petition, you may upload a "Petitioner Response Letter" through the system. A judge will decide whether you should be granted an expungement and an order will be generated electronically. All agencies will be notified electronically via the eCourts Expungement System. The self-represented litigant will receive notifications through their registered email address.
Once you have registered, you can follow the user guide to file an expungement petition.
Expungement Filing Video (Squigl video)
Expungement Filing Instructions Video (Detailed instructions video)
Email your local ombudsman if you have any questions.