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Changes in Expungement Law in Kentucky

The Kentucky House passed a bill that would allow for the expungement of Class D felonies after a waiting period has lapsed, which will allow more people with criminal records to clear their criminal history. It would allow for the expungement of Class D felonies after a waiting period has lapsed. Currently, people living in Kentucky with a past felony offense are not allowed to expunge any felony. Now that the Kentucky House has approved the Bill, it will be voted on by the Senate.

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