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Having a criminal conviction record prevents many people from obtaining the employment or housing they are seeking. Avnet Law works quickly to obtain your expungement so you can stop worrying about background checks.
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Firearm rights are governed by both federal and Indiana law. If granted, an Indiana expungement can restore your firearm rights under both federal and Indiana law.
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Knowledgeable Expungement Lawyers Serving Allen County, Indiana & Fort Wayne, Indiana
Avnet Law understands that when someone is convicted of a crime, the stigma of a conviction can follow them through life creating many roadblocks. In addition to the stigma of being labeled a “convict” or “felon”, finding housing or employment can be very difficult as most landlords and employers these days conduct background checks. Even those convicted of simple misdemeanors in their youth, or in college, are being denied employment and housing because of past convictions. We can help! You need to call an experienced Allen County Expungement Lawyer today at 877-772-8638!
Who is Eligible for Expungement in Indiana?
The Indiana Expungement Statute has several different sections for different types of convictions and for arrests/dismissed charges. You should speak to an experienced Indiana Expungement Lawyer to determine which section(s) may be applicable in your case and whether you are eligible. The five sections of the Indiana Expungement Statute are:
Eligibility Requirements for Expungement in Indiana:
Here is a quick guide of the eligibility requirements for the different sections of the Indiana Expungement Statute. We have also written about some of the most common questions we receive regarding expungements here. However, you should always speak with an experienced Indiana Expungement Lawyer to determine if you are eligible.
|Section||Waiting Period||Lookback Period||Fines, Fees, Court Costs, & Restitution Obligations||Other Requirements|
|Section 1 – Arrests / Dismissed Charges / Not Guilty||1 Year||None||All paid||No Pending Charges|
|Section 2 – Misdemeanor Convictions||5 Years||5 Years||All paid||No Pending Charges|
|Section 3 – Class D and Level 6 Felony Convictions||8 Years||8 Years||All paid||No Pending Charges|
|Section 4 – Class A, B, C & Level 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Felony Convictions||8 Years||8 Years||All paid||No Pending Charges|
|Section 5 – Other Certain Felony Convictions||10 Years||10 Years||All paid||No Pending Charges, Requires Prosecutor’s Written Consent to Expungement.|
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At Avnet Law, our Allen County, Indiana Expungement Lawyers complete expungements for all cities and towns in Allen County, including:
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While we have provided some information regarding Expungements in Allen County on this page for information purposes, this is NOT a substitute for speaking with a qualified Indiana Expungement Lawyer.
Indiana’s expungement law offers those who may have made mistakes in the past one (1) chance only to wipe the slate clean of convictions. Since you only have once chance to expunge your criminal record, it is important you get it done right.
Avnet Law understands the issues, has the experience, and can advise and represent you in obtaining your expungement. We also can advise you regarding other criminal law legal issues. Call 1-877-77-AVNET to Schedule a Free Consultation with an Allen County Expungement Lawyer Today or contact us below with any additional questions you may have expungements in Indiana.