There are sometimes in your life when you just are in the wrong place at the wrong time. Either you were mistakenly identified as someone you are not or you were wrongly accused of something you simply did not do. However, sometimes this can lead to an arrest and serious consequences. Even though you are finally found innocent in trial, you will still have a permanent criminal record. Once you have a permanent criminal record, it can make certain things in your life very difficult to do, such as apply for a better job, obtain a driver’s license, vote or other important things in your life. Often, it will make you feel like you are in prison, even if you are not in jail.
To gain your freedom again, and to get some peace of mind about your past, you have to do something about this matter. If you live in the state of Florida, then you will have a chance to clean your criminal record. With Florida Expungement, people who have criminal records can expunge their records. When you expunge your criminal record, it has the affect of making your record closed to the public and there are no government or public agencies who can see your criminal records. While not all crimes can be expunged, Florida law provides that there are several conditions that can make you eligible for Florida Expungement. However, if you are found guilty by a judge or jury, or pled “no contest”, then your criminal records can not be expunged for any reason.
With Florida Expungement, individuals who have been dealing with a permanent criminal record are finally able to continue their life without having trouble doing things many others take for granted. It you are considering expunging your criminal record, it is imperative that you have a consultation with a Florida lawyer. An experienced lawyer can assist you through the expungement process and answer any questions that you may have. If you want peace of mind when it comes to your criminal record, Florida Expungement can be the solution.
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