Oklahoma Criminal Record Resources

Adult Criminal Record


Arrest Only

If you have an adult criminal record involving an arrest only, Oklahoma may allow the expungement/sealing of those adult criminal records.

Oklahoma arrest records may be expunged if you were acquitted, your conviction was reversed, your factual innocence was established by DNA evidence, your pardon was based on the Governor’s finding of actual innocence, or if no charges were ever filed against you.

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Conviction or Other Disposition

If you have an adult criminal record involving a conviction or other disposition, Oklahoma may allow the expungement/sealing of those adult criminal records.

After a 1 year waiting period, you may apply for the expungement of a deferred adjudication of a misdemeanor charge.  You must wait 10 years for deferred felony charges, misdemeanor convictions, and pardoned felony convictions.

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Juvenile Criminal Record


Not Adjudicated

If you have a juvenile criminal record and you were not adjudicated, Oklahoma may allow the expungement/sealing of those juvenile criminal records.

To be eligible for an expungement of a juvenile record, you must be at least age 21, have completed all requirements of the past juvenile proceeding, and have no subsequent arrests, convictions, or pending charges.

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Adjudicated

If you have a juvenile criminal record and you were adjudicated, Oklahoma may allow the expungement/sealing of those juvenile criminal records.

The records of a juvenile adjudication may be expunged when you reach 21 with no other convictions.

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Pardon & Other Relief

If you are not eligible to have your Oklahoma criminal record expunged/sealed, you still may be eligible for a pardon or other relief.

Before the Governor of Oklahoma may grant a pardon, a majority of the members of the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board must recommend the pardon.

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