Sealing and Expunction of Criminal Records In certain circumstances, sealing or expunction of criminal records is possible if your case was resolved by dismissal or without formal conviction. Contact the Orlando expunction law firm of Paul Courtright, P.A. to learn whether you may qualify to have your records sealed or expunged.
Sealing and Expunction may give you the right to deny ever having been arrested or charged with a crime in most circumstances. In an initial consultation, we can help you determine whether you qualify to have your records sealed and removed from public view, or have all of your records physically destroyed.
However, the process is technical and it is critical that you have experienced legal counsel in navigating through the process of sealing and expungement. Florida Statutes allows only certain crimes to be sealed and expunged, while some crimes can never be sealed or expunged.
Avoid having to explain your arrest over and over for the rest of your life – despite the fact that your case was dismissed. Make the necessary investment to pursue sealing and expunction of your criminal history with the assistance of our law office.
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