If you are in need of a criminal defense attorney, expungement attorney, or forfeiture attorney, please call me for a free consultation at 317-695-7700. I have personally defended thousands of cases, teach criminal law at the IU School of Law, am a top rated attorney, and have practiced criminal defense my entire career. Additional information about my office is available on the home page and the in the news page.

This page contains basic information about Indiana Expungement Law. If you are looking for a more through and detailed explanation of Indiana Expungement law, please click here. If you are looking for information relating to Indiana Criminal defense, click here. If you have questions about criminal defense law, expungement, or forfeiture in Johnson County, Franklin, Bargersville, Edinburgh, Greenwood, New Whiteland, Princes Lakes,Trafalgar or Whiteland, Indiana, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Expungement Basics 

While the expungement law does contain certain exceptions, these general rules apply:

• Expungement of Dismissed cases – can be expunged in 1 year

• Expungement of Misdemeanor convictions – can be expunged in 5 years

• Expungement of AMS convictions – can be expunged in 5 years

• Expungement of Level 6 felony convictions – can be expunged in 8 years

• Expungement of D Felony convictions – can be expunged in 8 years

• Expungement of Major felony convictions – Some (but not all) major felony convictions can be expunged in 8 years

It is important to remember that normally, you only receive one expungement per lifetime (although this does not apply to cases that have been dismissed). Also, in some situations, the waiting period to have your record expunged can be shortened. More information about Indiana Expungement law is available here.  If you have questions about having your case expunged, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

Johnson County Indiana Superior Courts

Johnson County, Indiana has 4 Superior Courts.  The Superior Courts are located in the Franklin town square at 5 East Jefferson Street, Franklin, Indiana 46131.  The Courthouse is open Monday to Friday, but is closed on all government holidays. The phone number for the Johnson County Superior Court is 317-346-4450.

Johnson County City Courts

Johnson County also has 2 City Courts, located in Greenwood and Franklin.

Greenwood City Court

The Greenwood City Court is located in Greenwood at 186 Surina Way, Greenwood, Indiana 46143. The phone number for the Greenwood City Court is 317-882-5129.

Franklin City Court

The Franklin City Court is located in Franklin at 1 Caisson Drive, Franklin, Indiana 46131.  The phone number for the Franklin City Court is 317-736-3619.

 

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