EVERYONE DESERVES A SECOND CHANCE!
Everyone deserves a second chance. Justice does not mean continuing to punish someone for a mistake they made long ago. In fact, the law is here to help if you have turned your life around. So if you’re a different person than you used to be, having difficulty getting a job, or perhaps you just don’t want that blemish on your record any more for anyone to see, expungement is worth looking into.
Most of the time expungement is a much more concise and easy process than most people realize. You don’t have to cross your fingers hoping your record will be expunged at the discretion of a judge. You don’t have to persuade anyone to testify on your own behalf, and sometimes, you don’t even have to appear in court. Quite simply, if you meet the requirement for expungement then it is mandatory according to the law.
If you were convicted of a low-level felony or misdemeanor and have stayed out of legal trouble for a substantial period of time since that conviction, you might be eligible for expungement. You may also meet the requirements for expungement if you were arrested but never convicted of a crime. Contact Stacy Uliana to find out if you qualify for expungement and she’ll most likely be able to tell you same day whether you do or not.
Even if you have been convicted of a serious, higher-level felony, there is still hope. While these cases are determined by a judge at his or her discretion, if you’ve turned your life around Stacy can make a case for your expungement.
Outside of owning a vehicle and driving oneself, there are very few transportation options available in Indiana. If your driver’s license has been suspended as the result of habitual traffic violations or driving while intoxicated, you may qualify for specialized driving privileges under the new law. These privileges can include driving to and from work, church or counseling, and even to run certain errands at certain times.