Updated: Nov 4, 2021
After your case has been dismissed, you should file a petition for an expungement. An expungement will erase all of the records related to your case. Even after your case is dismissed, the charges and information about your case, including the dismissal, are still public. An expungement clears your record so no one can view or access it. After an expungement, your record is no longer public and no longer accessible by colleges, employers, or anyone else who may want to run a background check.
If you or someone you know wants to speak with a lawyer about erasing the records related to a case, please contact Brinkley Law at 317-643-1813 or book an appointment online now.