Answer: The most common way to remove a criminal record in Wisconsin is to be granted expungement. However, in Wisconsin, expungement is limited to certain offenses. You must have been under age 25 at the time of the crime and it needs to be granted by the court at the time you’re initially sentenced. If you do not qualify for expungement under those circumstances, there may be other alternatives, although they are generally more complicated and may or may not be successful depending on the details of your situation. If you’re interested in finding out more, you should contact an attorney and explain the details of your case.