Many people are unsure of how old charges from years or decades ago resolved. Your Vermont criminal record can impact your ability obtain new employment, go back to school or buy a firearm.

If you are concerned that you have a Vermont criminal record you can request a copy of your record here or here.

The Vermont Criminal Conviction Record Internet Service (VCCRIS) is provided by the Vermont Crime Information Center (VCIC). VCIC is a division of the Vermont Department of Public Safety.

This service allows users to purchase criminal conviction records from the Vermont Crime Information Center. A criminal conviction record is a record of conviction in a Vermont district court.

Criminal Conviction History Records cost $30 per request. Non-refundable charges apply whether the check returns a record or returns a “record not found” result. It is helpful to retain the record check and provide to your attorney if you move forward with a petition for sealing or expungement in Vermont Superior Court.

If your record check returns a criminal history that you believe is incorrect or you are interested in finding out if any or all of your arrests or convictions are eligible for sealing or expungement, contact us for a free case consultation. We can analyze if all or part of your Vermont criminal history is eligible for sealing or expungement.

Contact Burke Law for A Free Case Consultation

If you have been charged with a crime, or if you have not been formally charged with crime but are party to an ongoing investigation, contact us to ensure that your rights are protected from the earliest stages of the process. We offer free consultations and will work with you to find a time that accommodates your schedule.