New York Drug Conviction Record Sealing FAQFrequently Asked Questions

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28th May 2015 8:11pm
How long does it take for a A1 felony drug conviction to come off my permanent record, if i was sentenced on 2/28/2005 and completed parole on 3/10/2010?
It will never automatically be removed from your permanent record. And unfortunately, unless you were sentenced to a drug treatment progrem by the court and you successfully completed that program, your conviction is not currently eligible to be sealed in New York.  NY in recent years has been considering expanding their expungement law, we will continue to post information to our site regarding any progress that is made on that.

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