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Having a criminal record does not have to be a life sentence restricting your freedom. As long as you have served any mandated sentences and paid any levied fines, certain crimes and circumstances may qualify for expungement of your criminal record in Indiana.
Since 2011, Indiana law has allowed certain crimes to be removed from a person’s record – if the correct conditions are met. Only an expungement can completely erase these crimes from your public record. Please notes that even when criminal charges and arrests are acquitted or dismissed, those charges may remain a part of your public record and could require an expungement before they are removed entirely. Attorneys Litany A. Pyle and Kyle D. Gobel are both familiar with current Indiana expungement rules and procedures and can guide clients through the process.
Does Your Case Qualify For Expungement In Indiana?
Generally, for those not currently participating in a pretrial diversion program, certain offenses, including some misdemeanor and felony convictions, may be subject to record expungement. However, the process of expunging or sealing a record is complex. It includes gathering specific information such as the county and date where the arrest occurred, the resulting charges, the court where the charges were filed, the arresting officer’s name, the case or court cause number and other detailed information. Because the process is complex, it is best approached with a knowledgeable attorney at your side.
Make An Appointment To Find Out If Your Record Qualifies
Contact us to learn more about how we can help you. At Gobel Justice & Pyle, we work hard to gather the facts surrounding your case to determine whether your record qualifies for expungement. Call 765-204-5177 or email us to make an appointment to put a skilled legal advocate in your corner.