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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does expungement take?2024-05-06T12:53:32-05:00

Of course the time frame varies depending on the County and the courts there. However, it can take anywhere from 30 – 180 days until the court approves the petition.

What crimes or incidents can not be expunged?2024-05-06T12:53:33-05:00

There are some crimes that are not expungeable such as crimes that involve:

  • Human Trafficking
  • Loss of Life
  • Official Misconduct
  • Perjury
  • Sex Crimes
  • Two or more offenses with a deadly weapon

There are also some instances that are not expungeable:

  • Cases outside of Indiana
  • Cases out of Federal Court
  • Cases where charges were not filed and a case number was not created by the court
  • Infractions and Ordinance Violations
  • Convictions that are tied to a name and social security number that do not belong to that individual
When can a record be expunged?2024-05-06T12:53:34-05:00

You can expunge your record when:

  • It has been five years since the date of the conviction
  • You do not have any pending criminal charges
  • You have paid all your fines, fees, court costs, and restitution obligations
  • You have not been convicted of a crime within the previous five years
What convictions and non-convictions can be expunged and sealed?2024-05-06T12:53:35-05:00
  • Convictions for misdemeanors
  • Class D Felonies
  • Level 6 Felonies
  • Arrests Without Conviction
Is there a difference between expungement and sealing?2024-05-06T12:53:37-05:00

In Indiana the State Laws refer to expungement and after one is granted, the records are either sealed or marked ‘expunged.’

Sealed Records: Once eligible convictions and non-convictions are expunged, the arresting agency, bureau of motor vehicles, the court, the department of correction, Indiana State Police, and any other involved entity are ordered to seal any records concerning the conviction or arrest. Once a record is sealed that information cannot be disclosed unless there is an order from a judge or under very limited circumstances.

Records marked ‘expunged’: When this happens, a person’s rights are restored and they may not be discriminated against because of their record. However, they are still visible on public records.

How do I find my case information/background?2024-05-06T12:53:38-05:00

Areas of Practice

Areas of Practice

DUI/DWI

Driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated refers to the illegal act of operating a vehicle while impaired by alcohol or drugs.

Drug Offenses

Drug offenses encompass a range of illegal activities related to the possession, distribution, manufacture, or trafficking of controlled substances.

Battery/Assault

Battery/
Assault

Battery/Assault refers to the intentional physical harm or threat of harm inflicted upon another person, constituting a criminal offense.

Weapons Charge

A weapons charge pertains to the illegal possession, use, or trafficking of firearms or other prohibited weapons including: guns, knives, and blunt objects.

Misdemeanors

Misdemeanors

A misdemeanor is a less severe criminal offense than a felony, typically punishable by fines, probation, or imprisonment, but can still show up on background checks.

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