Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Criminal Law litigation attorney. Thanks for your question.
Unfortunately, Indiana's expungement laws are very restrictive and it may be that you aren't even eligible to get an expungement or even a restricted access order.
Generally, Indiana's expungement statute only allows an expungement for someone who was arrested, but not charged with a crime. Since you were convicted of a felony, an expungement would not help you.
However, a new Indiana law took effect in 2011, which allows a person to petition a court to restrict access to a person's criminal record. The new is not an expungement, but if a court orders a person's records to be restricted under this law, the person may legally state on an application for employment that the person has not been arrested for or convicted of the felony or misdemeanor recorded in the restricted records.
Under the new law, if you were convicted of a Class D felony that did not result in injury to a person, you would be eligible 8 years after they have completed all obligations of their sentence.
If you were convicted of any other type of felony, you would not be eligible.
If you are eligible (once your 8 years is up), the best way to find an attorney is to contact your state bar association and ask for help locating an attorney in your area that will work pro bono or at a reduced rate.