Having your criminal records sealed and expunged makes them inaccessible through government repositories. If you want to have your record expunged, the Seminole County criminal defense attorneys at The Law Office of David A. Webster, P.A. can walk you through the process.
Contact our office today at (407) 326-0650 for a free consultation.
An arrest or conviction on a person’s criminal record can make it hard to find or maintain employment, education, and housing. Under certain circumstances, you may be able to legally seal or expunge your criminal record. Our Seminole County criminal defense lawyers have experience representing clients in record expungement, and we are well equipped to handle a variety of issues that may arise.
In the state of Florida, you do not have to be a first-time offender to seek a record expungement. Eligibility for expungement depends on various factors. These include the nature and severity of other arrests and/or convictions in your criminal record, the length of time since the arrest or conviction you want to have expunged, and the nature and severity of the arrest or conviction that you want to have expunged.
If you criminal record is merely sealed, government agencies will still have access to it even though it is not available to the public. When your record is successfully expunged, however, no public, private, or government entity can access it or disseminate information related to it. At The Law Office of David A. Webster, P.A., our Seminole County criminal defense attorneys can help you file the correct paperwork and discuss the relevant factors of your case to seek a positive outcome.
If you need legal assistance for expunging your criminal record in Florida, call us at (407) 326-0650 today.