How House Bill 1482 Can Affect Your Criminal Record in Indiana is now serving Indiana with record clearing services including Arrest Record Expungements, Felony Reductions, Restricted Access to Records, Limited Access to Records, and Firearm Rights Restorations.

Depending on the nature of your case, you may be eligible to obtain Indiana criminal record expungement. However, on July 1st, 2013, House Bill 1482 will be enacted as law in Indiana. This new Bill can assist in the eligibility of your case.

House Bill 1482 will require the courts to seal the record of an individual if the arrest did not lead to a conviction. The Bill will allow certain misdemeanor offenses and minor felonies to be eligible for expungement.

There are certain requirements that need to be met, such as meeting a five-year wait period after the conviction for a misdemeanor, an eight-year wait period for serious felonies, and a ten-year wait period for most other serious felony cases. The law will prohibit the expungement of all violent offenses and sex offenses.

To determine if your case is eligible for criminal record relief or to see how the new law will effect your case, you can begin by visiting our website or calling today for your free over-the-phone consultation at 877-573-7273.

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