If my conviction was expunged, are my statements still available to the public?
Question Details: This was something that happened 13 years ago. Now someone is saying that they have seen statements related to this incident by me. Are statements still available to the public?
Once the expungement took effect, anything from the case, including statements you made, would no longer be available. Depending on when the expungment occured, it is certainly possible that someone saw or even obtained a copy of them while they were still available.
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