Below is a general overview of when juvenile records can be destroyed in Puerto Rico. 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
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Records relating to a misdemeanor conviction can be eliminated from the Criminal Record Certificate six months after sentence completion, so long as the person has not committed another crime and has a good reputation in the community. P.R. Laws Ann. tit. 34, § 1725a-1. (Cannot link directly to statutes.)View Details
Records relating to a felony conviction can be eliminated from the Criminal Record Certificate five years after sentence completion, so long as the person has not committed another crime, has a good reputation in the community, and has given a DNA sample, if required. P.R. Laws Ann. tit. 34, § 1725a-2. (Cannot link directly to statutes.)View Details
Records of fingerprints and photographs in possession of the Police of Puerto Rico are returned following the dismissal after a successful completion of pre-judgment probation in a first-offense drug possession case. P.R. Laws Ann. tit. 24, § 2404 (b)(1). (Cannot link directly to statutes.)View Details