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Expungments in Indiana

Indiana Expungement Laws allow you to expunge your arrests, criminal charges, and criminal convictions under certain circumstances. There are five important considerations:     1) Are you expunging an arrest or a criminal charge that did not result in a conviction? If so, you are eligible to expunge your arrest or criminal charge if it has been at least 1 year since you were arrested or charged, and you are not currently pending criminal charges. Also, you cannot currently be participating in a pretrial diversion program;   2) Were you convicted of a misdemeanor? If so, you have to wait at least five years from the date of your conviction, to expunge your criminal history. You also cannot be currently pending charges, cannot have been convicted of any crime within the last 5 years, and you must have paid all your fines, fees, and costs associated with your conviction. If you meet those requirements, the Court must grant your expungement and does not have discretion to deny your expungement request;   3) Were you convicted of a Class D Felony (pre-2014) or a Level 6 Felony (post-2014)? If that’s the case, you must wait at least 8 years after your […] read more
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