Shapiro & Lozano Shapiro & Lozano
Criminal Defense In Bloomington, Indiana

Sealing Old Criminal Records

Many Americans have been accused, tried and convicted of a crime, served their time, paid their fines and have turned over a new leaf in their lives. Unfortunately, their criminal records can follow them around, interfering with their ability to secure employment or decent housing.

If you are in this position, you know how frustrating and damaging it can be.

Fortunately, there may be a way to protect yourself from the effects of old criminal convictions. Indiana allows people who have been convicted of certain types of crimes to seal their criminal records through a process called expungement.

Put Your Past Behind You

At the Bloomington law firm of Shapiro & Lozano, we have helped many people to protect their futures through both misdemeanor expungement and felony expungement. We know the eligibility requirements and the procedures and strategies that can help.

Expungement in Indiana requires you to file a specific type of legal action in the county where your conviction occurred. Our skilled attorneys can help you understand the requirements and put together all your paperwork.

State law also requires a waiting period before an old criminal record can be sealed. Our skilled lawyers have helped many clients to speed up that waiting period so that they can more quickly put their pasts behind them and become productive members of society.

For Experienced Help In Criminal Defense

If you need help with expungement or other criminal defense matters, call the law office of Shapiro & Lozano today at 812-336-8192. You can also contact us by email to discuss your legal needs and schedule a free initial consultation.

Our office is in Bloomington, Indiana, and we represent people from all over the state in cases involving drunk driving, drug charges and more.

For experienced help in criminal defense, including DUI defense, call Shapiro & Lozano at 812-336-8192.

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