Is A Criminal Record Affecting Your Life?

A criminal record can negatively impact your life. Your history of arrests and convictions is public record, and you are required by law to disclose them on certain applications. It is also accessible by law enforcement officials, employers, educators, lenders and other individuals.

Did you know that a criminal conviction could prevent you from obtaining a mortgage or affect your ability to obtain financial aid for college? We can work to have your record expunged or sealed.

Eynon Law Group, P.C., can help you clean up your record so that you can move forward without the weight of a past mistake. We have experience helping individuals successfully petition for expungement in Bartholomew County and the surrounding area. We know the process and how to use mitigating factors to help bolster your case.

Call our law office in Columbus at 812-372-2508.

Expungement Laws Are Complicated. We Will Navigate Them For You.

Indiana law allows for the expungement or sealing of records under certain circumstances. Although legislative changes were made in 2013 that expanded the scope, the law is still very restrictive. The process can be extremely complicated, which is why it is so important to have an attorney on your side who is experienced in handling these matters.

Your eligibility for expungement can depend on several factors, including:

  • Whether charges were filed or if they were dismissed
  • If you were acquitted or found not guilty
  • Completion of sentence requirements
  • Your behavior prior to the arrest or conviction
  • The nature or type of offense
  • The date of the conviction

Discuss Whether Expungement Is An Option For You

Schedule an appointment with an experienced criminal defense lawyer at our law firm. You can reach a member of our responsive staff by calling 812-372-2508 or sending us an email with a brief description of your situation.