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N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. ยง633:7(VI), eff. Jan. 1, 2023

Under New Hampshire law survivors of trafficking may petition to vacate convictions and destroy records of non-violent misdemeanors and class B felony offenses committed as a direct result of being a victim of trafficking. In the petition, survivors must demonstrate by clear and convincing a preponderance of the evidence that they were a victim of trafficking when the offense was committed.

Official documentation from any state or government agency is not required but creates a presumption that the survivor is eligible for criminal record relief in New Hampshire.


Updated Oct 2022

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