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What Can You Find on Your Judgement and Disposition Sheet or your ACIC Form?

  • the type of felony you were convicted of can be found on your Judgement and Disposition sheet
  • the Arkansas Code Annotated (ACA) can be found on both sheets, in a set of three numbers (for example, 1-23-456)
  • at what time and date you pled, or were found, guilty can be found on your Judgement and Disposition sheet, after your conviction infor­mation, titled similar to the following: “Conditions of State Super­vised Probation of Sentence”
  • how long your probation was, and how much you were sentenced to pay as fines, can be found on your Judgement and Disposition sheet, after your conviction information
  • whether you were sentenced under Act 346 (or no Act 346 information for those not sentenced under it) may be found on either sheet
  • your case number, which can also be found at caseinfo.aoc.arkansas.gov under “person name, business name, or case type,” may be found on your Judgement and Disposition sheet
  • the court, county, and division of your conviction can be found on your Judgement and Disposition sheet
  • your arrest date, also known as your offense date, can be found on either sheet
  • your arrest tracking number, SID number, and FBI number can be found on the ACIC form

How Do You Know Which Form to Use?

Check your Judgement and Disposition sheet to see what your sentence was, and then find the corresponding form. The most common forms are Act 346, Community Punishment (Act 1460; there is one for felonies and one for mis­demeanors), Nolle Prosequi, and Arrest Only.

What If You Have Three or More Felonies?

You are not eligible to seal your record if you have three or more felonies. However, you are still eligible to apply for a Governors’ pardon. The application and instruction packet can be found on acic.org/forms. If you are seeking to restore your gun rights, use the same pardon application. There will be three options on the second page indicating what will be restored by the pardon if successful. That is where you can choose to pardon your convictions or restore your gun rights. Importantly, if you were sentenced under Act 346, you do not lose your gun rights.

Is There a Filing Fee?

No. The filing fee will be waived as of July 2019 under Act 680

Where Can I Find a Notary?

Notaries that can sign your petition can be found at many places, such as banks, car lots, courthouses, and law offices.