You can also learn more in the recent edition of the Juvenile Disposition Manual (345MB) from the Washington State Caseload Forecast Council.
Please check that files are on one side of the page only and follow the guidelines in General Rule 14.
Forms you may need
Access your Juvenile Court record
You can access your Juvenile Court records online, in person, or by mail.
- To access records online, use the KC Script Portal Juvenile Offender Cases Search. Instructions for using the online portal are in this handout.
- Visit the Superior Court Clerk’s Office website for more information about accessing your records in person or by mail.
Seal your Juvenile Court record
You may file a motion asking Juvenile Court to seal your file after criminal charges.
- Juvenile Criminal Records Sealing Instructions and Forms (1,090KB)
- Sealing juvenile records flyer (210KB)
- Sealing Juvenile Court Records in Washington State guide from TeamChild
You will also need to request law enforcement agencies, government offices, or private entities to also seal your files they have.
Restore privileges for certain types of offenses
- Visit the Department of Licensing website to learn how to restore your driver's license after minor in possession or driving under the influence charges.
- How to Petition for Relief from the Duty to Register as a Sex Offender - Instructions & Forms (298KB)
- Restoring the Right to Possess Firearms instructions and forms document (310KB)