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If you are seeking a New Hampshire expungement please review the expungement overview below. Check back often or Sign Up for an email alert when the New Hampshire Expungement Kit is ready.

Requirement(s) to qualify for an expungement in the state:

    Persons arrested for loitering or prowling may have their arrest record expunged if not given an opportunity to explain their circumstances or offered a credible explanation and was unjustifiably arrested.

    A person whose DNA record has been included in the state database may request expungement on the grounds that the criminal conviction on which the authority for including such person's DNA record was based has been reversed or the case dismissed, provided that such person requesting expungement has no other criminal convictions which would require DNA records to be included in the database.

Additional restrictions on who can qualify for an expungement

In the case of arrests for loitering or prowling and DNA records of persons whose convictions are dismissed or reversed, recorded are expunged as a matter of law. No petition is required. In the case of persons who were convicted, the required time must pass before a petition may be filed with the court that has jurisdiction over the records.


Does the law provide for sealing? What are the requirements?

Persons may seek an annulment.

Persons who may seek annulment are as follows:

  1. A person whose arrest has resulted in a finding of not guilty, or whose case was dismissed or not prosecuted.
  2. A person convicted of an offense when the petitioner has completed all the terms and conditions of the sentence and has since been convicted of no other crime, except a motor vehicle offense classified as a violation other than driving while intoxicated. Depending on the nature of the offense, a convicted person must wait a prescribed period of years before being eligible to seek annulment.


What does it mean if you have a record expunged or sealed?

The process of legally destroying, obliterating or striking out records or information in files, computers and other depositories relating to criminal charges.

The person whose record is annulled shall be treated in all respects as if he had never been arrested, convicted or sentenced, except that, upon conviction of any crime committed after the order of annulment has been entered, the prior conviction may be considered by the court in determining the sentence to be imposed, and may be counted toward habitual offender status under motor vehicle laws.

No. The records cannot be accessed for general law enforcement or civil use.

Law enforcement officers may maintain arrest and conviction records and to communicate information regarding the annulled record of arrest or conviction to other law enforcement officers for legitimate investigative purposes or in defense of any civil suit arising out of the facts of the arrest, or to the police standards and training council solely for the purpose of determining the fitness of an individual to serve as a law enforcement officer.

Are you eligible for a New Hampshire Expungement? Most crimes can be expunged. For a description of the crimes that cannot be expunged, click here .

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