2006 Ohio Revised Code - [2151.35.5] 2151.355.Definitions.

[§ 2151.35.5] § 2151.355. Definitions.
 

As used in sections 2151.356 [2151.35.6] to 2151.358 [2151.35.8] of the Revised Code: 

(A) "Expunge" means to destroy, delete, and erase a record, as appropriate for the record's physical or electronic form or characteristic, so that the record is permanently irretrievable. 

(B) "Seal a record" means to remove a record from the main file of similar records and to secure it in a separate file that contains only sealed records accessible only to the juvenile court. 
 

HISTORY: 151 v H 137, § 1, eff. 10-12-06.
 

The effective date is set by § 6 of 151 v H 137. 

Not analogous to former RC § 2151.355 (133 v H 320; 133 v H 931; 134 v H 494; 135 v S 324; 135 v H 1067; 136 v H 1196; 137 v H 1; 137 v S 119; 137 v H 565; 139 v H 440; 139 v H 209; 140 v S 210; 142 v H 643; 143 v H 330; 143 v H 381; 143 v H 166; 143 v H 513; 143 v S 131; 143 v H 266; 143 v H 51; 143 v S 258; 144 v H 154; 144 v S 331; 144 v H 725; 145 v H 571; 146 v H 4; 146 v H 1; 146 v S 2; 146 v S 269; 146 v H 274, §§ 1, 4; 146 v H 445; 146 v H 124; 147 v H 215, § 1; 147 v H 215, § 7; 147 v H 1; 147 v H 526, § 1; 147 v S 35; 147 v H 2; 147 v H 526, § 4; 148 v H 3; 148 v S 181; 148 v S 222), repealed 148 v S 179, § 4, eff 1-1-02.

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