The Clerk is DIRECTED to provide a copy of the criminal history record and petition to
expunge with this Order to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) electronically or
by U.S. Mail;
It is Further Ordered that all proceedings related to the above listed charges are DEEMED
NEVER TO HAVE OCCURRED.
VIOLATION OF THIS ORDER IS PUNISHABLE UNDER ALABAMA LAW.
“AN INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWS AN EXPUNGEMENT ORDER WAS GRANTED
PURSUANT TO THIS CHAPTER [§ 15-27] AND WHO INTENTIONALLY AND
MALICIOUSLY DIVULGES, MAKES KNOWN, REVEALS, GIVES ACCESS TO,
MAKES PUBLIC, USES, OR OTHERWISE DISCLOSES THE CONTENTS OF AN
EXPUNGED FILE WITHOUT A COURT ORDER, OR PURSUANT TO A
PROVISION OF THIS CHAPTER, SHALL BE GUILTY OF A CLASS B
MISDEMEANOR.” Ala. Code § 15-27-16(a) (1975).
Including Alabama law enforcement records except privileged presentence or postsentence investigation reports
produced by the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles and its officers, records, documents, databases, and files of the
district attorney and the Office of Prosecution Services. Ala. Code § 15-27-6(a) (1975).
[ ] After reviewing the Petition for the Expungement of Records submitted by the Petitioner
in this case, the Court makes the following findings of fact:
This Court is NOT reasonably satisfied from the evidence that the Expungement Petition
should be granted; therefore, it is ORDERED that this petition for expungement is denied.
Date the Petition is [ ] GRANTED or [ ] DENIED .