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Benefits of an Expungement
  • Get the job you deserve and make more money
  • Quit worrying about what people will find in a background check
  • Truthfully tell employers that you haven’t been convicted of a crime
  • Stop feeling embarrassed about your past
  • Reduce the cost of loans and insurance
  • Travel internationally without worrying
  • Put your past mistakes behind you

Indiana Criminal Expungement

If you have a criminal record in the Hoosier State, you may qualify to expunge or restrict access to it.  Indiana’s Second Chance Act went into effect July 2013, making it possible for countless Indiana residents to leave their mistakes in the past, and move on with life with a clean record and a fresh start.  Are you one of those people?  The easiest way to check your eligibility is by taking our eligibility testit’s easy, free, and completely confidential.  If you would prefer to speak with one of our Criminal Records Analysts, feel free to give us a call toll free at (844) 947-3732.  It is important to note that the rules governing Indiana expungements can be very complicated, and if your petition is not granted you must wait three years before filing again—for these reasons, using an attorney experienced in these matters is extremely important!

Criminal records can cause problems long after you’re free from the courts. Unless you take action, your criminal record will typically remain in the public record forever, remaining readily accessible to potential employers, lenders, landlords, family, and friends. Fortunately, our law firm understands, and is here to help. We tailor our services to your needs and budget—we offer flexible payment plans to get you started for as low as $99, stand behind our services with a money-back guarantee, and happily match or beat any law firm’s pricing. Expungement of Indiana Arrest Records Indiana law permits arrest records to be expunged which did not result in a conviction or juvenile adjudication, so long as each of the following are true:

  • At least one year has passed since the date of arrest (not the date of dismissal or acquittal);
  • You are not currently in a pretrial diversion or deferral program; and
  • There are no charges pending against you

Sealing of Indiana Misdemeanors Indiana law allows criminal records to be sealed for all Misdemeanors or Class D Felonies (now known as Level 6 Felonies) which have been alternatively sentenced or converted to Misdemeanors, so long as each of the following are true:

  • At least five years have passed since the date of conviction (unless the prosecutor consents otherwise);
  • There are no charges pending against you;
  • All fines, fees, court costs, and restitution have been paid;
  • You have not been convicted of another crime within the previous five years; and
  • You have not filed another Petition for Expungement in your lifetime. *

(*) Petitions for Expungement filed within the same 365 day period count as one Petition for Expungement for the above rule. These rules are complicated, and expungement of multiple convictions should not be attempted without the guidance of an experienced attorney. Sealing of Indiana Class D Felonies (without bodily injury) Indiana law allows criminal records to be sealed for all Class D Felonies (now known as Level 6 Felonies) that did not result in bodily injury to another person, so long as each of the following are true:

  • At least ten years have passed since the date of conviction (unless the prosecutor consents otherwise);
  • There are no charges pending against you;
  • All fines, fees, court costs, and restitution have been paid;
  • Your conviction was not for Perjury unless it was sentenced as a misdemeanor;
  • You have not been convicted of another crime within the previous ten years; and
  • You have not filed another Petition for Expungement in your lifetime.

Expungement of Serious Indiana Felonies (without bodily injury)

Indiana law permits expungement of criminal records for more serious Felonies than Class D Felonies which did not result in bodily injury to a person; however, if the Petition for Expungement is granted, all records relating to the arrest, conviction, or sentence will clearly and visibly be marked or identified as “Expunged” but remain available to public access. Although the criminal record will remain available to the public, it is illegal for a company to use the expunged offense as a basis to fire you, deny you employment, or inquire about the expunged offense. To expunge Felonies other than Class D Felonies which did not result in bodily injury to a person, each of the following must be true:

  • At least eight years have passed since the date of your conviction, and at least three years have passed since from the date your sentence was completed (unless the prosecutor consents otherwise);
  • There are no charges pending against you;
  • All fines, fees, court costs, and restitution have been paid;
  • You have not been convicted of another crime within the previous eight years; and
  • You have not filed another Petition for Expungement in your lifetime. *

Expungement of Serious Felonies (with bodily injury) Indiana law permits expungement of criminal records for more serious Felonies than Class D Felonies which caused bodily injury to a person; however, if the Petition for Expungement is granted, all records relating to the arrest, conviction, or sentence will clearly and visibly be marked or identified as “Expunged” but remain available to public access. Although the criminal record will remain available to the public, it is illegal for a company to use the expunged offense as a basis to fire you, deny you employment, or inquire about the expunged offense. To expunge Felonies other than Class D Felonies which resulted in bodily injury to a person, each of the following must be true:

  • The prosecutor has given written consent to file a Petition for Expungement;
  • At least ten years have passed since the date of your conviction, and at least five years have passed since from the date your sentence was completed (unless the prosecutor consents otherwise);
  • There are no charges pending against you;
  • All fines, fees, court costs, and restitution have been paid;
  • You have not been convicted of another crime within the previous ten years; and
  • You have not filed another Petition for Expungement in your lifetime. *

Click here to read the Indiana expungement statute.

Frequently Asked Questions for Indiana

 

What is the difference between expungement and restricted access for my criminal records?
An expungement means your criminal records will be destroyed if granted by the court. It is a complete erasure of your records and no one would be able to see those records in the future. Indiana Code § 35-38-5-1.Restricted access means your records are not destroyed but kept from the most all of the general public. Only law enforcement agencies, child service agencies, and very few other government organizations may see your records upon necessity, and you may legally claim to not have been subject to conviction on a job/mortgage/rental application. Indiana Code § 35-38-5-5.5.
Do I qualify for an expungement/restricted access in Indiana?
The easiest way to find out is by taking our free, confidential Eligibility Test. In the alternative, you can refer to the above paragraphs to have a better idea of your eligibility. You may also give us a call at 844-947-3732 to talk directly with a criminal record legal analyst or attorney from our law firm.
I do not qualify, anything else I can do?
If you are not qualified for the above services but are still looking for ways to improve your life, one of our affiliates has an alternative to remove your records and personal information from the private online background check databases that matter the most. You can find out more about this service at www.recordshield.com. Note, however, that this is not a legal service that, and is not a substitute for an expungement.
How much do I pay for the services?
Currently we charge between $750 to $1,000 for most services in Indiana. We offer payment plans based on the client’s needs, and a money-back guarantee for many of our services.Contact us today to get a tailored quote – we always offer discounts to clients ready to take actions!
What do I need to do to get started?
If you are reading this – you have already started the right course of action! Take our free, confidential Eligibility Test, or give us a call at 844-947-3732 to get started!
Why should I choose WipeRecord to handle my expungement?
Having your record expunged/restricted is not an easy process – there are many subtle rules that need to be followed for you to be successful. Hiring us to obtain an expungement/restricted access on your behalf will give you peace of mind, ensuring it is done correctly and as quickly as possible, and increasing your chances of success. We will handle any objections the District Attorney may present, send a licensed attorney to argue your case in court if need be, and write letters to potential employers indicating that your case has been reopened and is in the process of being removed from your criminal record, all at an unbeatable price.
How long do I have to wait for the petition to be granted?
The most frequently question we hear from clients is – how long do I have to wait?We understand the importance of working efficiently so we try our best to move things forward. However, an expungement usually takes several months to obtain, depending on the particular county and courts.  We will keep you updated along the way on  the progress of your case, but cannot make the courts move more quickly.
Am I required to go to court?
Typically, clients do not have to show up in court for us to do our job. Under rare circumstances where you are required to attend a hearing, we will be there every step of the way and make sure you have nothing to worry about.
How do I learn about my case status once I hire WipeRecord?
We strive to make our clients informed and assured of every processes of their case. Clients get a monthly update of their case from our paralegals, and one can always contact us by either phone or email for an update.Our law firm is currently finishing up a custom client portal, where clients can obtain information about their case online by simply logging in.

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  • Quit worrying about what people will find in a background check
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  • Put your past mistakes behind you

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