“d. A violation of chs. 341 to 348, or of a traffic regulation or ordinance in 5
conformity with chs. 341 to 348.
4. The court may, on its own motion, order at the time of sentencing that the 7
record is ineligible for expungement.
(b) A For purposes of par. (a), a
person has successfully 10
completed the sentence if the person has completed any period of incarceration,
11parole, or extended supervision to which he or she was sentenced; the person has paid
12all fines, costs, fees, surcharges, and restitution assessed; the person
has not been 13
convicted of a subsequent offense;
and, if on
probation was imposed
, the probation
has not been revoked and the probationer has satisfied the conditions of probation.
2If the person was not sentenced to any period of incarceration or placed on probation,
3the person has successfully completed the sentence if he or she has provided
4sufficient proof to the court that he or she has fulfilled all conditions of his or her
. Upon successful completion of the
sentence involving incarceration or
the detaining or probationary authority shall issue
and forward to the
7court of record
a certificate of discharge which
shall be forwarded to the court of
8record and which shall have the effect of expunging the record. If the court has
9ordered the record expunged under par. (a) 2. and the person has successfully
10completed the sentence, the person's record shall be expunged as ordered. If the court
11has ordered the record expunged under par. (a) 1., the person's record shall be
12expunged as ordered
. If the person has been imprisoned incarcerated
, the detaining 13
authority shall also forward a copy of the certificate of discharge to the department.”.