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Expunge and Seal Workshop

YOU ARE ELIGIBLE IF YOU MEET FDLE EXPUNGE AND SEAL REQUIREMENTS

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YOUR CRIMINAL HISTORY REPORT CAN STOP YOU FROM - EMPLOYMENT - LOANS - HOUSING

A criminal history record is created when a person is arrested and finger printed, and includes the disposition of any charges stemming from that arrest, whether it is an adjudication of guilt or the with holding of adjudication, acquittal, or dismissal of charges before trial, or other disposition.

Under Florida law, adult criminal history records are public unless sealed or expunged.

A sealed record is placed under highly restricted access.

An expunged record is removed from record systems or files and destroyed (also called expunction).

The law currently provides several means to seal or expunge certain categories of Florida criminal history records (both adult and juvenile). We are not attorneys. Please contact an attorney for legal advise, counsel or legal representation.

PLEASE DO NOT WAIT FOR THE ECONOMY TO SLOW DOWN!

We are not attorneys. We do not give legal advice, counsel, or directions

There is no requirement that you have an attorney in order to request a seal or an expungement of your criminal history record. However, because the process sometimes involves complex legal issues, an attorney's advice and assistance may well be helpful in many cases.

If you need information on how to contact an attorney that is knowledgeable in this area of the law, you can contact the Florida Bar online at http://www.floridabar.org or by phone at (800) 342-8011.

It is highly recommended that you obtain and keep a copy of all pertinent documents (arrest report and disposition, order to expunge or seal) for your records before you secure the sealing or expungement of your criminal history record.

Once you are granted the Expungement or Seal it is imperative you keep a record of the documents. This is your responsibility in case the court looses the document.

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