Juvenile records appear on a criminal record but when you turn 18, you are eligible to petition to have your juvenile records sealed. Once sealed, no one can gain access to them and they will be completely destroyed five years after they are sealed. If you do not petition to have your juvenile records sealed and destroyed, they will remain on your record until your 38th birthday, when they will then be destroyed.

Graduates from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Juvenile Justice, will have their juvenile convictions dismissed as part of their graduation.