Currently, in Indiana, you can expunge criminal offenses from your personal records. If you have been convicted of a crime, or arrested for a crime, you may be eligible to have those records removed for good! Drunken driving charges, public intoxication arrests, driving violations, and more can all be hidden from potential employers, public records, home leasing contracts, and more.
Start By Hiring a Qualified Lawyer
Although a person can now expunge criminal records in Indiana, it is highly encouraged (arguably mandatory) to hire a lawyer for accurate assistance. Since you can only file for criminal expungement once in a lifetime, it is important to file your petition with 100% precision and correctness. Even a minor spelling error can jeopardize the outcome of your expungement approval.
Act Fast While There’s Still Time
In addition to precision petitioning, you must act fast before the new law is no longer in affect. Many interest groups were against this law being passed in the first place, so it could be repealed at any time. This possibility makes this law a once in a lifetime chance to clear your criminal history and get better job and housing opportunities for your family. Take action fast before this law goes away. It is a very unpopular law and can be repealed any day now.
Contact Expunge Criminal Record Indiana to get started on your petition as soon as today. We are highly experienced and licensed criminal defense attorneys who have a special practice dedicated solely to Indiana criminal record expungement clients and cases. Since before the new law was passed, our criminal defense attorneys have been fervently studying the new Indiana Second Chance law. We are the criminal defense lawyers to trust when it comes to expunging your criminal records the right way.
If You Don’t Qualify for Expungement
If you do not meet the eligibility requirements for criminal record expungement, you may still qualify for record sealing or “shielding.” Your licensed criminal defense lawyer can make this determination for you, but the primary differences between expungement and sealing is who can access the records and who cannot. See our blog, “What is the Difference Between Expunging and Sealing a Criminal Record?” to learn more.
Think you can’t afford it? YOU ABSOLUTELY CAN!
We offer criminal expungement services starting as low as $850! Furthermore, we offer free initial consultations so that you may discuss your case without any out-of-pocket obligations. Call 317-636-7514 if you would like to petition for restricted access or criminal record expungement in Indianapolis. We are eager to help you reform your criminal record so that you can have the quality of life you and your loved ones deserve.