Hutchinson Expungement Clinic April 29 Postponed

Date: Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CDT

NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event is postponed until a later date.

Please check back for the rescheduled date.

For people who need to get their records cleared now or sooner than April or May, Kansas Legal Services can still help. Please apply through our intake line at 1-800-723-6953 or with an online application for services. 

Kansas Legal Services, in partnership with the Reno County Bar Association, is holding a one-day record-clearing expungement clinic at the Reno County Courthouse in the Veterans Room (located in the basement) on April 29, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 

An expungement removes qualifying criminal convictions from an individual’s criminal record after a mandatory wait time.  You must have all your fines paid to qualify.  Not all convictions are expungable. 

A public information session about expungements and the event is scheduled at the Hutchinson Public Library April 22, 2020 is postponed until later date. 

Individuals are encouraged to bring their case information to the event to help determine if their criminal record is able to be expunged.  You can find case information from the record clerks at the Reno County Courthouse or Hutchinson City Court. 

We suggest you get copies of your case records to bring to the event.  You can also obtain a KBI background check on yourself that will have most of the information we need on it.  You can run a background check on yourself for $20 at: http://www.kansas.gov/kbi/criminalhistory/   

This project will include criminal cases from Reno County and the City of Hutchinson, and will include juvenile convictions. This event will not clear warrants of any kind.  All fines must be paid in the case in order to expunge it.  

If you have convictions from other counties, you may qualify for our A2J Harvard Expungement Project.  You can apply for that through our intake line at 1-800-723-6953 or with an online application for services. 

This project is made possible through funding by the Kansas Bar Foundation CRHA grant program.