If your court record is sealed, the public cannot inspect or access your court records. This includes both the paper court files and all electronic and digital records.
Once your records are sealed, they will not show up on state or federal background checks.
You must file a written motion with the Court to seal your records. Sealing is at the judge's discretion. In deciding whether to seal your court record, a judge will weigh your privacy interests against the public's interest in keeping the files open.