- 1). Request a criminal record report from the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). Do this in person, over the phone, or through the Court of Justice Criminal Record Report website.
- 2). Complete one of the two Petition for Expungement forms, depending on your case's verdict: guilty (i.e. convicted) or not (i.e. acquittal or dismissal with prejudice).
- 3). Take the petition to the Special Services division of the Office of Circuit Court Clerk. Sign the last section of the petition in front of a clerk.
- 4). Pay a filing fee for each petition. As of 2010, this fee is $100.
- 5). Attend a court proceeding for your expungement. The Office of Circuit Court Clerk will assign a court date and location to you.
- 6). Check your record if your petition was successful. Six weeks after your court date, contact the Kentucky court clerk and local law enforcement to see if your felony charge has been removed.
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