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On January 17th, 2013, the Indiana General Assembly introduced Senate Bill 603 that would allow judges to expunge an arrest or conviction from a person’s criminal record. Currently, Indiana allows certain misdemeanors and Class D felonies to be sealed.

The new Bill would allow judges to expunge select Class B and Class C felonies from the record. However, there are limitations under the Bill. There would be a waiting period of at least five years after a sentence is completed. Under this Bill, violent crimes and sex crimes would not be eligible for expungement.

This Bill is supported by Republican State Representative Jud McMillin.

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