Full arrest and court history expungements involving OSBI
Courthouse and oscn.net expungements after deferred sentence
Those who have been placed on a deferred sentence in a misdemeanor or felony case, need to make sure their case is dismissed and expunged pursuant to Okla. Stat. tit. 22, Section 991c. You may have been told when you received your deferred sentence that you would be eligible to expunge the case if you successfully completed your sentence. However, that does not happen automatically. To receive this type of dismissal and expungement, you need to go by the Court Clerk’s office in the county in which the case occurred and request instructions. You would complete the form and then submit it to the District Attorney and then a judge. If approved by the D.A. and the judge, and filed with the Court Clerk, the effect would be that your case would be dismissed and the record of the case which had been on oscn.net will be removed. For a low fee, we can complete and process the form for you. However, please note that that is not the only and best type of expungement. This 991c expungement will not remove the arrest from the OSBI’s criminal history for you, so when you seek employment, that background check will show you got arrested and it usually shows the procedural history of the case, e.g., that charges were filed in a certain district court, that you pled “guilty” or “no contest,” and that you were placed on a sentence. It would be best to have this information removed. You are likely eligible for a full expungement of this information. If you are interested – and you should be – please visit our expungement website.