Having a criminal record can be quite problematic in various aspects of your life and the future you wish to pursue. A criminal record may directly impact your ability to be hired for the job of your choosing, the home you seek to live, and many other areas of your life in which a background check may be involved.
Whether you are convicted of a crime or not, you have a criminal police record. Fortunately, many individuals qualify to have their criminal record to be sealed or expunged which will allow you to lead a normal life without fear of having a mistake follow you around the rest of your life.
If you qualify, The Law Office of Joe Castrofort, PLLC will effectively and expeditiously guide you through the criminal record sealing or expunging legal process. Upon having your Florida criminal record sealed or expunged, the withhold of adjudication or dismissal of your felony, misdemeanor, or other criminal charge will no longer be available as a public record as it will be sealed or expunged. This also give you the legal ability to deny or fail to acknowledge anything to do with the arrest, charges, or any legal proceedings relating to the criminal case.
Criminal Record Sealing:
In order for you to be eligible, in the State of Florida, to request your criminal record to be sealed, you must meet the following conditions:
Sealing the record means that all information regarding the arrest and court case is no longer available if a criminal background check is conducted.
Criminal Record Expunction:
In order for you to be eligible, in the State of Florida, to request your criminal record to be expunged, you must meet the following conditions:
The Law Office of Joe Castrofort, PLLC possesses thorough knowledge regarding all State and Federal laws regarding criminal record sealing and expunction issues, and has the experience to effectively employ this knowledge in seeking a criminal record sealing and expunction on your behalf.