Q: I am trying to get expunged. My probation was supervised and I got the 30 for 30 program, am I still on Probation?
I know where I am confused, due to this is my 1st offense.
I don't know if I'm still on P&P... Nor when I can start procedures to get expungement
Most offenses in Kansas may be expunged if the conditions set forth in the expungement statute (K.S.A. 21-6614) are met. Depending upon the specific crime, there is a waiting period of three or five years (with a few exceptions of one, seven and ten year waiting periods) from completion of sentence, calculated generally from discharge from probation, community correctional services, parole, post release supervision, conditional release or suspended sentence.
The question you seem to have is whether you are still on probation and if not, when were you were released. For some cases, that information will be found in the court file available at the clerk of the district court in the county you case was handled or the digital court file available online. In other cases, it may be helpful to confirm in writing with the probation authority by whom you were supervised.
Kansas Legal Services (https://www.kansaslegalservices.org 800-723-6953) provides assistance with expungement in Kansas. If you require the assistance of a private practice attorney, they can make a referral for you. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact me.
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