Passed over for that new job? Want to keep prying eyes off your personal information? Don't let a mistake keep affecting your life, get your Florida criminal record cleared.
If you have been charged with a crime in Florida, or even arrested, then you have a criminal record that is public information. This means that anyone can access and view your personal criminal record. Most often this is done by employers screening potential employees, but anyone can view and use this information in any way they choose. Florida law allows qualifying individuals to either seal or expunge their criminal record. Doing so, will allow you to keep your personal information safe and out of the wrong hands.
When looking into having their Florida criminal record cleared the first question people ask is whether it can be done or not. The answer to this question is often very simple and mostly depends on how your particular case was resolved. Florida … Read More
Getting your Florida criminal record sealed means that the law enforcement and judicial record (record kept at the Clerk of Court) of your criminal case, including the arrest and disposition, is "SEALED" from the general public and can only … Read More
Getting your Florida criminal record expunged means that the law enforcement and judicial record (record kept at the Clerk of Court) of your criminal case, including the arrest and disposition, is physically destroyed or “"EXPUNGED.” … Read More
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