In Florida, there are conditions that an individual must meet before expungement can occur. Not all crimes are eligible for expungement, and there are several crimes that are not allowed to be expunged. Additionally, there are certain conditions or guidelines that a person who wishes to have their Florida criminal record expunged must meet. Before you enlist an attorney to expunge your criminal record, it is important to make sure you are eligible to expunge your records.
If you do not meet all of the requirements to have your record cleared, you will not be eligible for expungement in Florida. Here are the criteria or condition for someone who wants to submit for Florida Expungement:
- You have never obtained a previous expungement or sealing
- You have never been adjudicated guilty of any criminal charges
- You are not currently under any type of supervision of the court, including house arrest, probation or pretrial release
- You did not enter a plea of guilty or “nolo contender” (no Contest) to an offense that is not eligible under Florida law to be expunged
If you meet all the criteria above, then you can expunge your record and submit for Florida Expungement. If you are thinking of pursuing an expungement in Florida, you should contact an experienced Florida Expungement lawyer to assitn you during the process.
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