Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Juvenile Court Act of 1987. Eliminates the provision that the State's Attorney may object to a court order of continuance under supervision. Provides that at the successful completion of probation by a first-time offender, a minor may move to vacate a finding of delinquency and the court may enter a judgment of dismissal. Provides that unless good cause is shown, such motion to vacate must be filed within 30 days of the entry of the order terminating probation or discharging the minor. Establishes conditions and factors under which a court may vacate a finding of delinquency. Exempts certain offenders from these provisions. Provides that once a motion to vacate a finding of delinquency has been granted, the case shall be treated as if it never occurred, and the person may not be required to disclose that he or she had a juvenile record. Provides that the amendatory Act shall govern all motions pending at the time of its effective date. Effective immediately.