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Authorizes sealing of an offense if later made sealable

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To amend sections 2953.36 and 2953.51 of the Revised Code to allow a person who is convicted of an offense that may not be sealed to apply to have the conviction sealed if, before the person makes that application, the offense is changed so that it may be sealed and to specify that investigation reports the Inspector General maintains are not official records sealable under the Not Guilty/Dismissed Charges/No Bill Record Sealing Law.

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Effective Date

September 14, 2016

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Primary Sponsors

Dorothy Pelanda
John M. Rogers


John Eklund
Bob D. Hackett
Frank LaRose
Peggy Lehner
William Seitz
Charleta B. Tavares
John Becker
Teresa Fedor
Michele Lepore-Hagan
Jeffery S. Rezabek
Kent Smith
Emilia Strong Sykes

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