Downloadable PDFs of forms (for pardons, expungement, and sealing records) are available for your convenience. Please note that some of these forms are county-specific. Call or visit your local county court office to obtain county-specific documents for where you reside. Some forms are not available online. Contact your local county or state court to obtain the documents you need.
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To obtain expungement and record sealing forms for the District of Columbia, please contact the Public Defender Service (PDS) for DC.
PDS Community Defender Division
680 Rhode Island Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Idaho does not have a specific form to apply for expungement. You must write your own petition, stating the information regarding your offense and why you feel you should receive an expungement.
Idaho Pardon Application
Iowa only offers expungement under very specific circumstances. Talk to a qualified attorney to see if your case is eligible for expungement. Iowa courts do not provide a specific form to expunge your record. You must write a letter to the courts stating the conviction you would like expunged, and why you feel you need the expungement.
Iowa Pardon Application
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Expungement attorneys are trained in expungement law and know that getting your record expunged is important and can have a lifelong effect on you. An expungement attorney will make sure the job is done right the first time.