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Want to erase a case from your criminal record?

When a judge expunges or "erases" a Wisconsin criminal court record, this means the court is essentially "sealing" a case file and no one is permitted to access the file, save a few limited situations where a court order is involved. In such cases, if someone inquires about a sealed criminal case, the court must note that no information is available. In fact, searching for a defendant's name or case number will not even return case information on the Wisconsin Circuit Court Access website.

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