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Nevada Record Sealing Waiting Periods

Category A or B Felony 15 years
Category C or D Felony 12 years
Category E Felony 7 years
Gross Misdemeanor 7 years
Misdemeanor 2 years
Misdemeanor DUI 7 years
Misdemeanor Domestic Violence 7 years
Arrest without a conviction After dismissal or acquittal

Offenses in Nevada That Cannot Be Sealed
Certain convictions for crimes against a child and certain sex crimes cannot be sealed or expunged in Nevada.

“Sexual offenses” :NRS 200.030(1)(b); NRS 200.366; NRS 200.368 felony); NRS 200.400; NRS 200.405 (felony ex offense); NRS 200.408 (a sexual offense); NRS 201.210 (felony); NRS 201.220 (felony); NRS 201.230; NRS 201.450; NRS 201.560 (felony); NRS 200.508 (sexual abuse or exploitation); NRS 200.710-200.730; NRS 201.180; NRS 201.195; or an attempt to commit any of these offenses.

“Crime against a child” includes the following offenses, if the victim of the offense was under the age of eighteen at the time of the offense: kidnapping pursuant to NRS 200.310-200.340 (unless parent of the victim); false imprisonment pursuant to NRS 200.460 (unless parent of the victim); an offense involving pandering or prostitution pursuant to NRS 201.300-201.340; or an attempt to commit one of these offenses.