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Court Forms Category List > Criminal Expungement

Form: EXP202 Request for Automatic Expungement of a Cannabis Offense

About the Request for Automatic Expungement of a Cannabis Offense Form (EXP202):
  • Use this form only if you want to request expungement under Minn. Stat. § 609A.055.  File the completed form in the county where the criminal case is located.  No filng fee is required, and no hearing will be held.
  • If the court grants your request, an expungement order will be sent to you, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the law enforcement agency that issued the citation or initiated the charges, and the office that prosecuted your case. If the court denies your request, a copy of the denial order will be sent to you and to the prosecutor.
  • If you want to request an expungement order under Minn. Stat. § 609A.03, which can be directed to additional local and state agencies, including the Department of Human Services, you must use EXP102, Notice of Hearing and Petition for Expungement, instead. There may be a filing fee.
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Request for Automatic Expungement of a Cannabis Offense