|Sealing of Criminal Conviction Records|
This page will provide you with the instructions and forms necessary to Petition the Court to Seal a Criminal Conviction for offenses involving controlled substances. Any person in interest (party to the case) may petition the District Court to seal criminal conviction records by filing a civil action in the county in which the criminal conviction record is filed. Read the instructions carefully before filing any documents with the Court. The PDF version of the forms may be completed online then printed.
Listing of Petitions to Seal Criminal Convictions (within 30 days; updated daily)
Denver District Court has specific requirements for filing Petitions to Seal Arrest Records and/or convictions. Please review filing information located on the Denver District Court website: http://www.courts.state.co.us/Courts/County/Index.cfm?County_ID=3We are in the process of translating many of our forms in Spanish. You may find that some Instructions and Forms, for example Adoption, Adult and Minor Name Change, etc., are not translated at this time. All forms must be completed in English pursuant to Colorado law, see §13-1-120, C.R.S.
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JDF 611 - Instructions to File a Petition to Seal Criminal Conviction Records Involving Controlled Substances, Petty Offenses and Municipal Offenses Download PDF Revised 07/16 Forms
JDF 612 - Petition to Seal Criminal Conviction Records Download PDF Download Word Template Document Revised 07/16 JDF 613 - Order Denying Petition to Seal Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 08/14 JDF 614 - Order and Notice of Hearing Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 07/16 JDF 615 - Order to Seal Criminal Conviction Records Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 08/16 JDF 617 - Certificate of Mailing (Sealing and Conviction Actions) Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 07/16 If you would like to provide comments about this site, please contact us. Please note - By law, we cannot provide legal advice. Should you need additional assistance or forms that are not provided on this site, you may wish to consult an attorney.