To Seal and Expunge Your Florida Criminal Record attorney, W.F. Casey Ebsary knows that once the court seals your record, it cannot be opened without a court order. Some government agencies will still be able to access your criminal record, it will no longer be available to the general public. We can help get your record sealed. The chapter will be closed and you can move toward a bright future. To see if you are eligible look at the graphic below or answer the straight forward questions.
Never Charged With …
To be eligible to have your Florida criminal record sealed you must not have been charged with Abuse of an elderly person or disabled person; Act of domestic violence as defined in §741.28 F.S.; Act of terrorism as defined in §775.30 F.S.; Aggravated assault; Aggravated battery; Aircraft piracy; Arson; Attempting or conspiring to commit any of the above crimes; Burglary of a dwelling; Carjacking; Child abuse or aggravated child abuse; Home invasion robbery; Homicide; Illegal use of explosives; Indecent assault act upon or in the presence of a child under the age of 16; Kidnapping; Lewd, lascivious act upon or in the presence of a child under the age of 16; Manslaughter; Manufacturing any substances in violation of Chapter 893; Robbery; Sexual activity with a child who is 12 years of age or older, but less than 18 years of age; Sexual battery; or Stalking and aggravated stalking.
Never Adjudicated Guilty of …
You must not have a guilty adjudication to a criminal offense or comparable ordinance violation (including criminal driving offenses such as DUI, reckless driving and driving while license suspended. You must not still be supervised by the court applicable to the disposition of the arrest.
You must not have had a prior sealing or expunction of a criminal record. If you meet all of these requirements. Please call Casey Ebsary at (813) 222-2220 now to start the process of sealing your criminal record.
If your Florida record has been sealed for at least 10 years, you are eligible to and have your record expunged. Once a record is expunged, your criminal arrest record is removed from the jail website and law enforcement is ordered to destroy the records. Private enterprise will not longer be able to obtain them. Contact Casey Ebsary at (813) 222-2220 to discuss how we can put your past behind you.
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If you would like to see if you may eligible to Seal or Expunge your Florida Criminal Record, just answer these questions. When an arrest record is a problem, we can provide a solution. Call us today at (813 )222-2220 or toll free at (877) 793-9290 for a free initial consultation. If you have a criminal record in Florida Seal and Expunge your criminal record now by calling attorney W.F. “Casey” Ebsary, Jr. at (813) 222-2220.