Have you had a negative encounter with the Florida justice system? Even if the charges against you were dropped, you will end up with a criminal record. Your record could have a highly detrimental effect on your finances and your future, preventing you from obtaining a home or car loan or taking advantage of various educational opportunities. It could even hurt your job prospects.
In certain situations, you may be able to clear or seal your criminal record in the State of Florida. In order to remove your past arrest from the permanent public record, however, you must take action. Your arrest record won't just disappear on its own - and it will be accessible to anyone who conducts an internet or background search. It is important to retain an experienced legal professional who can walk you through this process and help you safeguard your future and your reputation.
I am a Miami criminal defense lawyer with more than three decades of experience in the legal field. If you are interested in learning whether or not you qualify for expungement and what exactly this process entails, contact my Florida law office today and schedule a free case evaluation. Some crimes cannot be sealed - including residential burglary, robbery, kidnapping, child abuse, elder abuse, lewd and lascivious acts, aggravated assault or battery, and stalking. When you meet with me, we can discuss your case and arrest history in order to determine the best strategy for accomplishing your personal goals.
Call my firm for a case evaluation! Contact Jonathan Blecher, P.A. today to discuss expungement. With more than 30 years of experience on both sides of the courtroom - as both a private defense attorney and a former prosecutor - and a long list of professional accolades, I offer the right kind of legal advocacy and representation for your case. Call today!