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Indiana Record Expungement FAQFrequently Asked Questions

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4th May 2015 12:53pm
If my record was expunged will I then be allowed to get a gun permit and be able to go hunting and be able to vote? All the things that I've been denied with a felony will I be allowed to do those things?
You regain your right to vote in Indiana once you are released from custody.  The current version of the IN expungement law does not provide for restoration of firearm rights.  For more information, please view the "Benefits of Expungement" section above.
26th April 2015 8:14am
If I choose to get my misdemeanor record expunged . When I fill my application for a gun carrying permit . Will I need to disclose these conviction on my application after expungement . Thank you
According to the Indiana State Police's website, expunged convictions are not required to be listed on the Indiana Handgun Carry License Application.
Jay S.
19th April 2015 1:18am
I committed a theft by finding. And was convicted of a misdemeanor. I know what i did was wrong and tried to make the best situation from it. I willingly went to police station and told them what i did and even turned myself in as soon as warrant was issued. Will this ruin my life? I am in college trying to get my bachelors in human services so i can become a probation officer. Should i pick a new career field?
After 5 years, you should be eligible to expunge that case. Additionally, a misdemeanor may not preclude you frmo becomng a probation officer.  The standard is "good moral character" and each county can set the exact requirements that determine if someone satisfies that standard. When you are eligible to expunge it, I would recommend doing so to ensure the case causes as few problems as possible for you going forward.  Contact us if you have any questions.
21st July 2014 5:27am
Can I expunge old felonies that occurred eight years ago?
21st July 2014 5:40am
Indiana does allow some felony convictions to be expunged. The fastest way to see if you are eligible for expungement in Indiana is to take our free and confidential online eligibility test at https://www.recordgone.com/eli... Please call or post a comment if you have additional questions. Thank you for asking.

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