How long does an expungement stay on your record in Indiana?

How Long Does an Expungement Stay on Your Record in Indiana?

Under Indiana Code § 35-38-9-1, court records that are expunged must be permanently sealed. After an expungement, no future background checks by criminal justice personnel or agencies such as prospective employers, landlords, lending agents, professional licensing authorities, and educational institutions will have access to your court records/criminal history.

Please note though that under certain circumstances, like the later commission of a new criminal offense, criminal records can be unsealed.

To learn more about the process of obtaining an expungement of your criminal record in Indiana, check out our section on expunging your criminal record in Indiana.

Expungements in Michigan, Ohio, and Illinois

While we might not have blog posts covering the process of obtaining expungement of criminal records in all the states in which we practice law, we can provide a FREE initial consultation detailing the possibility of you expunging your criminal record in all the states in which we practice.

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If you need an attorney to assist you in expunging your criminal record, in any of the states in which we practice law, so you can get a second chance, it is crucial you contact a qualified attorney immediately. Contact The Lockwood Legal Group for a free consultation today! You can call our office phone, cellular phone, or send us an email.

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