SO FAR SO GOOD

That's great.  

It looks like you are probably outside the ten year waiting period.  But sometimes, ten years means more than ten years, and we need to answer another question.

Did you spend any time in prison as a result of the conviction you want to get sealed, or did you spend any time in prison after the conviction you want to get sealed (like for a violation of probation or some new arrest)?

If so, then you need to subtract any time you spent in custody since the conviction from the total amount of time from the date of conviction in court.  For example, if you were convicted in court in 2006, then you would be more than ten years from the conviction (you would be 11 years out).  But if you spent three years in prison after conviction, you would have to take those three years away.  That would mean you would only be 8 years out (11-3=8).

QUESTION 2

After subtracting any time you spent in custody from your conviction in Court, do you still have more than ten years?

YES

NO