Members of the public will not be able to see a conviction that is sealed. However, sealed records can be made available to the following:
- You or anyone you authorize to see the records.
- Federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies acting within the scope of their law enforcement duties.
- Any agency that issues firearm licenses or pistol permits, as well as the criminal justice information services of the federal bureau of investigation for the purpose of responding to a background check regarding attempts to purchase or possess firearms.
- Any prospective employer of a police officer or peace officer.