Currently, Indiana has two separate sets of laws that may help you clean up your criminal record. In some cases, your record may be eligible for expungement -- that is, complete erasure. In others, your record may qualify for restricted access. If access to your criminal record is restricted under Indiana law, it means that only criminal justice agencies and, sometimes, child service agencies can see your record. Whether your record is expunged or restricted, you may legally state on an employment application that you have not been convicted of a crime.


Indiana’s expungement and criminal record restriction laws are complex. To learn more about cleaning up your criminal record in Indiana, and to discuss your personal circumstances,The Law Office of Carman L. Malone can provide answers to your questions with a free telephone consultation.  Call us today at (317) 624-4559.


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Indianapolis, IN 46204


(317) 624-4559

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