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If you have a criminal violation on your record, any prospective employer or potential landlord can run a background check and know about it. This can be the difference between landing the job you always wanted and waiting for it to come around again.
The New Haven, IN expungement attorneys at The Bellinger Law Office can help you begin the process of sealing your record and preventing your past indiscretions from harming your future.
It was not until 2013 when Indiana and the rest of the United States were experiencing a severe economic recession when Indiana passed legislation to allow those charged with crimes to seal their records. Beforehand, even arrests that ended up in acquittals and dismissals would remain on your record indefinitely. For economic reasons, Indiana introduced legislation allowing Indiana residents with arrests and convictions on their record to have their record sealed.
While your record is never truly expunged, you can prevent prospective employers and landlords from accessing it.
For obvious reasons, not all criminal records are capable of being expunged. These include:
For all eligible defendants, there is a waiting period depending on the type of conviction. Expungement law divides criminal actions into five sections. Those are listed below:
If your criminal record is preventing you from getting a good job or getting a home or apartment in the area where you want, call the New Haven, IN expungement attorneys at The Bellinger Law Office today. We can help you begin the process of petitioning the court for an expungement and seal your record forever.
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