Indiana Expungements Lawyers

Expungement of Arrest and Conviction Records

Indiana Expungement Attorneys

Criminal Record and Arrest Expungement


Once you have served your punishment and lived a law-abiding life for several years, it is unfair and unjust for your conviction to prevent you from getting or advancing in a job or serving in the community. Our expungement attorneys have been at the forefront of this area of law, including defending the right to an expungement against a recent attack on the law’s constitutionality.

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  • Straightforward assessment of your case
  • Experienced expungement attorneys who fight for the best results
  • An entire team of expungement attorneys working on your case


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Expungement Frequently Asked Questions

What is expungement?
An expungement is the result of a successful appeal to have arrests and convictions removed from your record. All misdemeanors and most felonies can be expunged, depending on how much time has passed since the conviction, and multiple convictions and arrests can be expunged in one appeal.
How do you get your record expunged in Indiana?
In Indiana, you can have your record expunged one time in your life. There are no available forms to begin this process, but expungement attorneys can help you draw up an appeal and guide you through the process of an expungement.
How long does an expungement take?
Most expungement cases take 4-6 months. If the expungement is successful, your record is considered clean, opening up opportunities for housing and employment. Contact our experienced expungement attorneys today for guidance through the entire process of clearing your criminal record.
Can I get an early expungement?
You must wait 1 year to expunge arrest records. For convictions, you must normally wait 5 - 8 years. However, there is an early pathway option after three years that you may be eligible for. Because records can only be expunged once, it is important to carefully consider this option. Expungement attorneys can help you make such a determination.

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