Chapter 276 of the Section 100E is hereby amended by inserting the following new section.
Section 1:Upon motion presented to the court in which the conviction or plea was entered said court, in its discretion, may enter an order expunging the criminal history record of a person;
(a) Who's only conviction or guilty plea arose from an offense committed prior to that person’s 21st birthday.
(b) Did not result in any time served in house of correction or state prison.
(c) Who has complied with all provisions of his/her probation and/or sentence.
(d) No subsequent criminal history.
Any person who’s criminal history record has been so expunged shall be regarded as a person who has no criminal history record.
For the purpose of this statue, multiple charges arising from a single event or related series of events shall be regarded as a single offense.
Factors the Court shall consider may include but are not limited to persons rehabilitative efforts; community service; work and education history, and circumstances of underlying conviction.
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