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Below is a general overview of when juvenile records can be sealed or destroyed in Guam. Please note that the Clean Slate Clearinghouse does not provide legal advice. Read the legal policies and statutes for detailed statutory information.   Juvenile Record Clearance Policies Overview  

  • Most juvenile records should be automatically sealed when you turn 18. You should not have to do anything to get the record sealed.
 
  • If the court extended jurisdiction over your case until you turn 21, your record should be automatically sealed when you turn 21. You should not have to do anything to get the record sealed.
 
  • Juvenile records are automatically destroyed 10 years after your case is filed. You should not have to do anything to get the record destroyed.
  Find a Lawyer If you think you might be eligible to have your record sealed or destroyed, find a lawyer who may be able to help you. Some lawyers might help you for free, although you may still need to pay a fee to file the paperwork in court.  

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Records relating to arrest and court proceedings are expunged following a pardon. 8 GCA § 11.10.

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Records relating to arrest and court proceedings can be expunged by the court following successful completion of treatment in a controlled substance case from 1995 through 2005, so long as the person has no other controlled substance conviction and no subsequent conviction involving violence. 9 GCA § 67.412(c)(1).

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Records relating to arrest and court proceedings can be expunged by the court following dismissal pursuant to deferred adjudication in a first controlled substance possession case. 9 GCA § 67.412.

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Records relating to arrest and court proceedings are expunged upon acquittal, declined prosecution, or expiration of the limitations period without an action being commenced. 8 GCA § 11.10.

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A record relating to a delinquency proceeding will be destroyed ten years after the filing of the proceeding. 19 GCA § 5124(c).

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Records relating to delinquency proceedings will be sealed upon the person's turning 18, or 21 in matters where the court extended jurisdiction to age 21. 19 GCA § 5124(a).

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