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Washington record sealing law (RCW) Chapter 10.97.060 allows people who were arrested, but not convicted, to petition the court to seal the non-conviction data (criminal history that has not led to a conviction, such as arrest and court records). This action can help a person avoid the embarrassment or potential discrimination caused by records of an arrest. After it is sealed, the arresting agency and court will be ordered to destroy any non-conviction data. The records of the arrest and any subsequent case will be permanently hidden from the public.


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