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Court of Appeals Update: Possibly Significant Restrictions on Expungements
Court of Appeals Update: Possibly Significant Restrictions on Expungements

Individuals often seek expungements for some of the same reasons that individuals seek to have their Level 6 felonies reduced to misdemeanors: limiting one’s criminal history opens up opportunities, allows for better employment, and restores certain civil rights. How do the ...

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Blog posts in Expungement

  • New Indiana Law Makes Cases Eligible for Expungement

    We have devoted several previous blogs to the subject of expungements, including how our firm’s work has helped clarify and expand expungement law in ...

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  • Expunging Your Dismissed Criminal Case: It’s a Must!

    Have you previous been arrested and charged with a criminal case that was ultimately dismissed? Did you enter into, and successfully complete, a ...

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  • Why should I get an expungement? One Study Says It Increases Income by $6,190

    If you have a criminal history, particularly if that conviction is old, you may likely wonder whether it is worth your while to expunge that ...

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  • New Indiana Law on Tattooing Eyeballs: We Didn’t See That Coming

    Trends come and trends go. But what is universal is that the law is usually playing catch-up with those trends. This is not so when it comes to the ...

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  • What is a criminal history? Can it be Expunged?

    At some point in all of our favorite modern crime shows, one of the officers will sit down at a computer, pull up a list, and say something snappy ...

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  • Can a DUI be expunged?

    A lot of times when we're dealing with DUI arrests and convictions, people want to know when and how they can expunge it. And unfortunately, there's ...

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  • How Do I Get my Records Sealed?

    When an individual is looking to get their records sealed, that individual must follow a process by which they petition a court to limit access to ...

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  • Not All Batteries Are the Same

    The act of battery is a violent offense, which is not to be confused with the legal concept of assault that deals with the threat of violence. A ...

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  • Spring Training: Designated Hitter Part 2

    In February, in a blog entry entitled, “Designated Hitter,” Keffer Hirschauer LLP blogged about using retired Supreme Court Justices or other judges ...

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