Personal Injury & Criminal LAW Attorneys

Arlington J. Foley & Arlington J. Foley Jr.

(219) 661-1200

LESS SERIOUS FELONY CONVICTION


​This section applies to the following:
(A) A person convicted of a felony who may not seek expungement of that felony under the "Class D & Level 6 Felony" expungement statute.

When can your record be expunged?
(A) Eight (8) years after the date of the conviction;
(B) Three (3) years from the completion of the person's sentence; or
(C) The prosecutor agrees to a lesser time.

MISDEMEANOR CONVICTION


This sections applies to the following:
(A) A person who was convicted of a misdemeanor in the State of Indiana or
(B) A person whose felony was lowered to a misdemeanor conviction or
(C) A person participating in a pretrial diversion program

When can your record be expunged?
(A) Five (5) years after the date of the conviction or
(B) The prosecutor can agree to a lesser time.

CLASS D and LEVEL 6 FELONY CONVICTION


This section applies to the following:
(A) A person convicted of a Class D Felony or
(B) A person convicted of a Level 6 Felony.

When can your record be expunged?
(A) Eight (8) years after the date of the conviction or
(B) The prosecutor agrees to a lesser time.

ARREST RECORDS


This section applies to the following:
(A) A person who was arrested, but NOT convicted of any crime.

- When can your record be expunged?
(A) One (1) year after the date of the arrest or
(B) The date when the opinion vacating the conviction becomes final.
(C) Unless the prosecutor agrees to a lesser time.

SERIOUS FELONY CONVICTION


​This section applies to the following:
(A) Felonies that do not meet the above requirements

When can your record be expunged?
(A) Ten (10) years from the date of the conviction;
(B) Five (5) years from the completion of the person's sentence; or
(C) The prosecutor agrees to a lesser time.