Florida Expungement Lawyer

RECORDS SEALING & EXPUNGEMENT

OUR FLORIDA EXPUNGEMENT LAWYER WILL FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS

If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, and your case has already been resolved, your first thought should be, “how can I get rid of this record?” In Florida, you may be able to “seal” or “expunge” your criminal record so future employers, educational institutions, government agencies, etc. will not have access to the information.

When a criminal history record is sealed, the public will not have access to it, and the record will be placed under highly restricted access. Certain governmental or related entities, primarily those listed in § 943.059(4)(a) Fla. Stat., have access to sealed record information in its entirety.

When a record has been expunged, it is actually removed from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s records. Further, even the court file and arrest reports will be destroyed. Those entities which would have access to a sealed record will be informed that the subject of the record has had a record expunged, but would not have access to the record itself without a court order.

Do You Qualify for Criminal Record Expungement?

Not all criminal records may be sealed or expunged. Call our Florida expungement lawyer at Panella Law Firm today to discuss your options. Our criminal law team will do everything we can to help erase the stigma of your arrest.

Contact Attorney Michael Panella

Need a criminal defense service? Turn to Panella Law Firm and contact us today with your question.

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