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Florida Sealing and Expungement Attorney

Florida Sealing and Expungement Attorney

If you’re in need of an attorney to seal or expunge a criminal charge, we can help you get your criminal charge dropped so that you can move forward with your life.

Follow These Steps to Retain Us

  1.  check out the information below to see if you qualify.
  2. If you qualify, then give us a call today at 239-963-2897 or fill out the webform.
  3. We’ll contact you to arrange signing an agreement for legal services and submit payment. The cost (including all court, attorney, and state fees) will range from $350-$650 depending on how much leg work you are willing to do.

Do You Qualify?

  1. You must never have been adjudicated guilty of a criminal offense. If you received a withhold of adjudication, then you are still eligible for a sealing. 
  2. You must never have applied previously for a sealing or expungement unless they relate to the same charge, i.e., it is permissible to have a record sealed, wait ten years, and have the same record expunged. Otherwise, you only get to apply one time.
  3. If you received a withhold of adjudication, you cannot have received a withhold of adjudication on any of the following charges:

Offenses listed in S.907.041, F.S.

1. Arson
2. Aggravated Assault
3. Aggravated Battery
4. Illegal use of explosives
5. Child abuse or Aggravated Child Abuse
6. Abuse of an elderly person or disabled adult, or aggravated abuse of an elderly person or disabled adult
7. Aircraft piracy
8. Kidnapping
9. Homicide
10. Manslaughter
11. Sexual Battery
12. Robbery
13. Carjacking
14. Lewd, lascivious, or indecent assault or act upon or in the presence of a child under the age of 16 years
15. Sexual activity with a child, who is 12 years of age or older but less than 18 years of age, by or at solicitation of a person in familial or
custodial authority
16. Burglary of a dwelling
17. Stalking of Aggravated Stalking
18. Act of Domestic Violence, as defined in s.741.28
19. Home-invasion Robbery
20. Act of Terrorism as defined by s.775.30
21. Attempting or conspiring to commit any of the above crimes
22. Manufacturing any substances in violation of chapter 893
23. Sexual misconduct with developmentally disabled person and related offenses (S.393.135, F.S.)
24. Sexual misconduct with mentally ill person and related offenses (S.394.4593, F.S.)
25. Luring or enticing a child (S.787.025, F.S.)
26. Sexual Battery and related offense (Chapter 794, F.S.)
27. Procuring person under 18 for prostitution (S.796.03, F.S.)
28. Lewd or lascivious offenses committed upon or in the presence of persons less than 16 years of age (S.800.04, F.S.) 
29. Voyeurism (S.810.14, F.S.)
30. Florida Communication Fraud Act (Scheme to Defraud or Organized Fraud, as defined in s.817.034, F.S.)
31. Lewd or lascivious offense upon or in presence of elderly person or disabled adult (S.825.1025, F.S.)
32. Sexual performance by a child (S.827.071, F.S.)
33. Offenses by Public Officers and Employees (Chapter 839, F.S.)
34. Showing, etc., obscene literature to minor (S.847.0133, F.S.)
35. Computer pornography (S.847.0135, F.S.)
36. Selling or buying of minors (S.847.0145, F.S.)
37. Trafficking in controlled substances (S.893.135, F.S.)
38. Sexual misconduct with mentally deficient or mentally ill defendant and related offenses (S.916.1075)
39. A violation of any offense that qualifies for registration as a sexual predator under s.775.21 or for registration as a sexual offender under s.943.0435.

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