How To Get Records Expunged In Indiana?


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In Indiana it is possible to expunge a record only if the wrong person has been arrested or if there was no supportive cause for the arrest or even if the charges were never filed or even if the case was dropped since the judge did not find any kind of relevant reason or no kind of offence was occurred.
On the other hand, individuals can demand to Indiana State Police to close convictions from a state-wide proceedings depository if it's been at least 15 years from the time when the verdict was concluded and there are no succeeding convictions. The information still remains in court records and is still obtainable to criminal justice agencies. No more than 18 states, counting Kentucky as well, agrees to some convictions to be expunged, usually after a number of months or years and no extra offences.

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