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Recordgone.com Is Updating Our Eligibility Test With New Indiana Expungement Law

Indiana’s expungement law will be changing on July 1, 2013. The new law will make more people eligible to clear their criminal record. The change in law will allow misdemeanors and felonies to be expunged from an individual’s criminal history as long as they meet certain requirements. Continue reading

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Changes to Criminal Law: Indiana’s House Enrolled Acts 1006 and 1482

Indiana Governor Mike Pence has recently signed two new Indiana House Bills into law. House Enrolled Acts 1482 and 1006 will both make positive changes to the criminal system in the state. While both Acts will have a major effect on the criminal law, they are quite different. Continue reading

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New Indiana Expungement Law’s Effect on Employment

A new law in Indiana that broadens the eligibility for expungement is also expected to have a major impact on the ability of former offenders to obtain employment. Not only does the new law allow for the expungement of certain nonviolent and nonsexual misdemeanors and class D felonies, but it also will no longer allow for potential employers to ask if an applicant has ever been convicted of an offense that has been expunged by the court. Continue reading

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How House Bill 1482 Can Affect Your Criminal Record in Indiana

RecordGone.com 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. Continue reading

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