Florida provides both expungement and record sealing to individuals who want to remove their records from public views. If you received deferred adjudication, were found innocent at trial, or charges were dropped before trial, you may be eligible to have your record sealed or expunged.
If you received a withholding of adjudication, were found innocent after trial, or charges were dropped before trial, you may be able to seal or expunge your Florida records.Â Expungement in Florida completely destroys the record of arrest for the offense. To be eligible for sealing or expungement, the defendant must not have been convicted of or have pled guilty to any criminal offense, and must not have previously received an expungement or sealing.
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If you received a withholding of adjudication, were found innocent after trial, or charges were dropped before trial, you may be able to seal or expunge your records. In Florida, sealing your records blocks access from the public but certain ... Continue reading
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