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New Developments in Kentucky Expungement Law
March 26, 2017

Around this time last year, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed a bill that allows some Class D felony convictions to be cleared from criminal records five years after a sentence is completed. House Bill 40 provides a process for people to file a motion to have his or her conviction vacated—or set aside. If the court grants the application, the … Read More>

What Are the Expungement Laws in Kentucky?
July 23, 2016

A new law passed in Kentucky allows state residents who have been convicted of a certain classification of a felony to apply for record clearing, provided they have not racked up any additional charges after the completion of their sentence. Certain crimes remain ineligible for record clearing, specifically crimes involving or related to public corruption, sex crimes, drug trafficking, or … Read More>