A criminal record will negatively impact your life. A criminal conviction could prevent you from obtaining financial aid for college, owning a firearm, and pursuing your career goals. A criminal conviction makes a lasting impact long after you served your time, paid your fines, or finished probation. Fortunately, it may be possible to obtain a seal or expungement of your criminal record.
Through sealing and expunging, your criminal history, or portions of your criminal history, will be made inaccessible to the public. This means your criminal record will not appear on a routine background check, and you may have other opportunities you might otherwise be denied.
Depending on the outcome, certain charges may be eligible to be expunged or sealed through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Our team of criminal defense attorneys can advise you of your options, help you determine whether you qualify for expungement, and, if you qualify, obtain a seal or expunction of your criminal record.
Having a charge expunged or sealed can be of great benefit. Call us at 352-432-8644 to determine if you are eligible, or complete our Online Contact Form below.
We are located in Clermont and Tavares, Florida, and our attorneys represent clients throughout Lake County and beyond.