Indiana altered the rules for both arrests and convictions with its recent changes to its expungement statutes.
Arrests without a conviction can be expunged after one year from the date of arrest.
Most misdemeanor convictions—including felonies that are successfully reduced to misdemeanors—can be expunged five years after the date of the conviction.
Most Class D or Level 6 felony convictions can be expunged after eight years from the date of conviction, but this does not include convictions for violent or sexual offenses.
If you have any questions about expungement eligibility, please contact us at 317-632-3642.