Sec. 106.12. EXPUNGEMENT OF CONVICTION OF A MINOR
(a) Any person convicted of not more than one violation of this code while
a minor, on attaining the age of 21 years, may apply to the court in which
he was convicted to have the conviction
(b) The application shall contain the applicant's sworn statement
that he was not convicted of any violation of this code while a minor
other than the one he seeks to have expunged.
(c) If the court finds that the applicant was not convicted of any other
violation of this code while he was a minor, the court shall order the
conviction, together with all complaints, verdicts, sentences, and other
documents relating to the offense, to be expunged from the applicant's
record. After entry of the order, the applicant shall be released from
all disabilities resulting from the conviction, and the conviction may
not be shown or made known for any purpose.
(d) The court shall charge an applicant a fee in the amount of $30 for
each application for expungement filed under this section to defray the
cost of notifying state agencies of orders of expungement under this section.
NOTE: The changes in law made by this Act apply only to an application for expunction
filed on or after September 1, 2005. An application for expunction filed
before September 1, 2005, is covered by the law in effect when the application
was filed, and the former law is continued in effect for that purpose.