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Any charge that was dismissed or for which you were found not guilty may be expunged as well.
Each state has different statutes concerning expungements, and you must apply for an expungement in the state in which you were convicted. There are two types of person who can file for an expungement: (1) A person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor or violation, or a series of misdemeanors or violations arising from a single incident, and; (2) A person who has been charged with a criminal offense and who has been found not guilty of the offense, or against whom charges have been dismissed with prejudice, and not in exchange for a guilty plea for another offense. Once an expungement is granted, all records relating to the arrest, charge or other matters linked to the case are sealed.
Sign the request, print your name, and describe the records (be specific, i.e.
name, date, location) you wish to inspect or obtain copies of. Mail, fax or hand-deliver your request to the Kentucky State Police Official Custodian of Records at the following address: Kentucky State Police Headquarters Room 102 919 Versailles Road Frankfort, KY 40601 The fax number is 502-573-1636.