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    Default How Long Does A Felony Stay On Your Record

    Can someone tell me how long a felony stays on your record in the state of Indiana?

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    Default Re: How long does a felony stay on your record?

    Forever, unless expunged. Criminal history information doesn't "expire" like items on a credit report.
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    Default Re: How long does a felony stay on your record?

    How do you go about doing that?

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    Default Re: How long does a felony stay on your record?

    I understand Indiana to have limited "expungement" options, following a guilty plea or verdict:

    * Seeking a pardon which, if successfully obtained, provides a basis for expungement by "wiping out the guilt"; or

    * Applying with the State Police to have a record sealed, with the application to be made not less than fifteen years following completion of sentence.

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