Yes, they can. There are certain circumstances where they can. The records always exist. They are not destroyed, if they are sealed. And, there are certain circumstances where a prosecutor or some agencies can ask the court for permission to unseal a criminal record. So the fact that the records exist, but they are sealed is very good for someone charged for that crime, however, records can still be viewed.
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