You may petition for expungement if you were acquitted or the charges against you were dismissed 30 days after your arrest took place.
Most offenses in Utah may be expunged after a 3 to 7 year waiting period.
You may petition for expungement of your juvenile record if you were acquitted or if the charges against you were dismissed 30 days after your arrest took place.
Utah juvenile records may be expunged after you are 18 following a 1 year waiting period with no adult criminal record.
If you are not eligible to have your Utah criminal record expunged/sealed, you still may be eligible for a pardon or other relief. The Utah Board of Pardons and Parole has the power to grant pardons.