Record Expungement Columbus, Indiana
Here at our law firm, we offer record expungement services and information in Columbus, Indiana. The new law passed in Indiana allows citizens to eliminate past criminal records and history with the help of a practiced attorney. There are several stipulations and guidelines for people seeking criminal expungement in Indiana; therefore, it is highly recommended to consult a professional for accurate and reliable assistance. We can uphold those promises here at our law firm. For a free consultation about record expungement in Columbus, Indiana, call 317-636-7514 today.
Expunging a Record in Columbus, IN
Expunging a record in Columbus, IN isn’t easy; but it is possible! With the passing of a new Indiana law, our firm can assist in misdemeanor and felony expungement cases as of now; but not for long. This is not a popular law and may be repealed at any time! This is why it is important to act now and get your criminal background cleared for good. Any misdemeanor charges and most felony charges can be dismissed from personal records; such as drunken driving charges, small amount narcotic possession, shoplifting, traffic violations, arrest records, minor consumption, public intoxication, and more. Call our lawyesr for professional representation and assistance expunging a record in Columbus, IN.
Criminal Records in Indiana Can Be Removed From:
- Police Records
- Department of Corrections Files
- Substance Abuse Counselor Files
- Court Files
- BMV Files (Bureau of Motor Vehicles)
- Statewide Criminal Record Databases
- State Central Depository Catalogs for Criminal History
- Plus More..
Expungement Eligibility Requirements in Indiana
TO EXPUNGE ARREST RECORDS IN INDIANA, THE FOLLOWING MUST APPLY:
- One Year Since Arrest
- No Resulting Conviction
- No Further, Current, or Pending Convictions or Charges
TO EXPUNGE MISDEMEANORS OR CLASS D FELONIES THAT WERE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANORS:
- 5 Years Since Actual Date of Conviction
- No Further, Current, or Pending Criminal Charges
- No Active Suspensions or Restrictions on Driver’s License
- All Court and Sentencing Conditions Have Been Completed (This Includes Fines and Court Costs)
- No Additional Criminal Convictions within the Past Five Years
TO EXPUNGE CLASS D FELONIES:
- At Least 8 Years Since the Original Conviction Date
- No Other Current or Pending Charges
- No Suspended Driver’s License (Must Be Active)
- All Probation Conditions and Court Sentencing is Fully Completed (Including All Court Fines and Costs)
- No Other Convictions in the Past 8 Years
*For felonies involving serious bodily injury or official misconduct, all of the eligibility requirements are the same as the above; however, a person must wait at least 10 years since their conviction and the court MAY or MAY NOT approve the expunction.