Florida Expungement Lawyer from Musca Law
Clear Your Name with Experienced Legal Service
Everyone, whether a minor or an adult, makes mistakes in life. Sometimes, those mistakes involve the commission of a crime and, with that, the establishment of a criminal record. That record can create many problems in a person’s professional and personal life, which is why former offenders pursue a petition to seal or expunge their criminal records. In order to achieve success in restoring your good name, you have to follow a very strict process, and to get through that process successfully, you need the help of a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer.
The experienced expungement attorneys in Florida at Musca Law are well-versed in the procedures and legal processes involved in obtaining an Order to Seal or Expunge your criminal record. We are committed to achieving positive results for our clients, whether they are an adult or a juvenile pursuing a fresh start on life. We are available 24/7 to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
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Petition to Expunge vs. Petition to Seal Records
If you are interested in expunging or sealing your criminal record, there are many steps that must be taken and many factors impacting those steps. In order to make sure you are eligible to expunge or seal your record and that you follow procedure correctly, retain the services of a criminal defense attorney familiar with the Florida process of expunging or sealing of criminal records.
There are two options for making criminal records inaccessible or non-existent:
- Expungement: The expungement of criminal records involves the removal of the offender’s criminal history.
- Sealing of Records: A sealing of records involves restricting access to the records.
In both cases, a minor or adult offender must comply with the requirements set forth in the Florida Statutes and Rules of Procedure. Whether a person wishes to expunge or seal their records, they have to start with applying for eligibility. It is only after obtaining a certificate of eligibility that a person may continue the process. Additional factors such as the type of offense committed and the presence of multiple arrests or convictions on the record will impact the ultimate success of the case.
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A criminal record could follow you for the rest of your life, affecting your personal and professional life for years after you committed the crime. In order to move on from the mistakes you made, you should be able to have a clean slate. At Musca Law, our Florida expungement attorneys are experienced in Petitions to Seal and Expunge. We believe in second chances and are committed to putting more than 150 years of combined legal experience to work in order to make that happen. We are dedicated to providing each and every client first class representation from start to finish and will develop the best strategy possible to achieve positive results.
To learn more about how we can help you get a fresh start on life, contact us today for a completely free, confidential consultation.