Kentucky law permits individuals to have certain convictions expunged from their criminal records.

Kentucky law states:

    • “Upon the entry of an order to expunge the records, the proceedings in the case shall be deemed never to have occurred; the court and other agencies shall cause records to be deleted or removed from their computer systems so that the matter shall not appear on official state-performed background checks; the persons and the court may properly reply that no record exists with respect to the persons upon any inquiry in the matter; and the person whose record is expunged shall not have to disclose the fact of the record or any matter relating thereto on an application for employment, credit, or other type of application.”

Nash Marshall is proud to assist its clients in navigating the sometimes complex processes necessary to clear-up criminal records.