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Vacate a cannabis (marijuana) misdemeanor conviction

You can get some misdemeanor convictions off your criminal record including cannabis (marijuana) convictions. This packet contains instructions and forms. #8712EN

Seal, Vacate, or Destroy Juvenile Court Records

Self-help court forms and instructions on Washington Forms Online. Completes forms to seal and vacate or destroy juvenile court records in Washington State.

Motion to Vacate Judgment / Order in a Civil Case

To use in limited situations to ask a court to cancel a previous order issued against you in a non-criminal case. #9936EN

I have felony criminal records. Can I vacate my non-violent Class B or C felony conviction or record?

Use this packet to vacate records of certain non-violent felony convictions in Washington State. State Patrol will remove a “vacated” conviction from your public criminal history record. This gives you some protection in some background checks. #9910EN

How to File a Motion to Vacate Judgment/Order in a Family Law Case

You can use this packet in certain situations to the court to withdraw a previous order or judgment it entered. Read this to learn more. #3215EN

How to clear (vacate) your drug possession conviction after State v. Blake

State v. Blake is a 2021 Washington State Supreme Court decision that says the state’s drug possession law is unconstitutional. If you were convicted of drug possession on or before February 25, 2021, you can get those convictions cleared (“vacated”) and removed from your criminal record. You may also get a refund of the legal financial obligations (LFOs) you paid on your drug possession case/s. The law the court found unconstitutional is “Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance” or “VUCSA – possession” (RCW 69.50.4013 and earlier versions of that law). Packets #8720EN and #8721EN

Getting Your Paperwork Ready So You Can Get Help with Your Family Law Case

Find out what paperwork and information you can get together for your appointment with the attorney, paralegal, volunteer or domestic violence shelter staff who will help you with your family law case. #3130EN

If Someone Sues You in Small Claims Court

Tips for trying to resolve your dispute and what to do if you need to appear in court. #9941EN

How do I sue in Small Claims Court?

In Small Claims Court, you can sue for up to $10,000. This is meant to be a quick, cheap way to resolve a dispute you could not otherwise settle. It is not complicated. Lawyers generally cannot take part. There are no juries, motions or objections. There is only a small charge for filing a lawsuit. You can get a trial date much sooner than in other courts. Most trials last about 20 minutes. #9940EN

Supplemental Proceedings

If a creditor has a judgment ordered by a court and wants to collect the money from you, you may get an order to attend a Supplemental Proceedings court hearing. #0210EN

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