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Currently in the state of Kentucky, there is no such thing as felony expungement in the state of Kentucky. So if you received a felony in the past, it is stuck with you for life. You will be destined to have crappy jobs, if you can find one at all. You will be turned down for housing, etc. The law needs to be changed.
There should be a law, that people who have Class D felonies and who have shown to be good citizens can have their felony expunged after 10 years. If you have jumped through the hoops, done what you have supposed to do, and you have turned your life around, then you should be able to get a chance at a normal life.
The only way to have this done is, everyone who has a Class D felony in the state of Kentucky and who has stayed out of trouble for at least 10 years, needs to contact their Kentucky Legislator / State Representative and have them propose a Bill to get the law changed. Go to this website, select the county that you are in, and contact you State Representative to present a bill to have the law changed.
http://www.lrc.ky.gov/house/hsemembers.htm