Expungement is the process by which a record of criminal conviction is erased, destroyed or sealed from a state or federal record. An expungement order directs the court to treat the criminal conviction as if it had never occurred, essentially removing it from a defendant’s criminal record. Goodwill is focused on providing legal and financial assistance to participants because of the barriers an individual’s background can have on securing stable employment, housing and other basic needs.
To contact someone about expungement services, please call 1-877-309-0262
To register for an upcoming expungement clinic, please select from the list below:
Friday, January 14 | 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. EST | Covington, Kentucky: CLICK HERE
Thursday, January 20 | 10 – 11 a.m. EST | Statewide Virtual (Zoom): CLICK HERE
Tuesday, January 25 | 9 – 11 a.m. EST | Louisville, Kentucky: CLICK HERE
Friday, February 4 | 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. EST | Lexington, Kentucky CLICK HERE
*In the event of a cancellation due to COVID-19, a representative from the Expungement Program will reach out via email to reschedule.
CHECK-IN AFTER CLINIC
Thank you for checking back in with us. Please let us know your progress since you attended the expungement clinic, and based on your check-ins, you may be eligible for a virtual gift cards. For more information, please contact Darleen Horton, the Expungement Program Manager at Darleen.email@example.com
Which Legal Aid should you call AFTER attending an Expungement Clinic? Find out here.
Do you want to learn about the expungement process? If so, watch a short video from Legal Aid of the Bluegrass about Criminal Record Expungement.