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Changes proposed to Senate Bill No. 47, would affect Indiana expungement laws

Previously, we reported on three bills affecting Indiana’s law on sealing criminal records. On January 17, 2020, the Senate Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law approved changes to one of those bills, Senate Bill No. 47. In its original form, S.B. 47 would amend IC 35-38-9-2 to provide that if a court reduces a Class D/Level 6 felony to a ...

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3 new bills would amend Indiana’s criminal expungement law

Indiana lawmakers have introduced three bills affecting the state’s law on sealing criminal records. S.B. 22 Senate Bill No. 22, authored by Sen. Philip Boots of Crawfordsville, was introduced January 6, 2020. S.B. 22 would amend IC 35-38-9-10. It provides that if a person whose records have been expunged seeks employment with a law enforce ...