No. The only felony conviction eligible to be sealed in DC is failure to appear.
Yes, most misdemeanor convictions can be sealed in DC but you must wait 8 years from the termination of the case to be eligible for sealing. Some misdemeanor convictions can never be sealed liked DUIs, domestic violence, and fraud cases.
Yes, if you want to seal multiple criminal cases you must file a motion to seal for all eligible cases at the same time. If you do not file for all your criminal cases in one motion, then your motion to seal will be denied and you will have to refile to include all eligible cases.
You may still have to disclose the arrest on some job applications if you are asked directly about sealed the arrest. Typical entities where the arrest still may need to be disclosed are government agencies, law enforcement, and licensing boards. It is important to read the application carefully to make sure you are answering the direct question asked correctly.
Yes, all misdemeanor cases are eligible to be sealed if the case was dismissed. In most cases, you can file for the case to be sealed in 2 years from the date of dismissal. However, you will have to wait 4 years to seal some cases like DUIs and domestic violence cases.