Reduce or Eliminate the Impact of Your Criminal Record
Even years after an arrest, a criminal record will continue to have a significant effect on your life. A criminal record may limit the places you can live and your job opportunities.
The best way to reduce or eliminate these effects is to talk with an experienced attorney about expungement or sealing your criminal records. At the Orlando, Florida, law firm of Moses & Rooth , Attorneys at Law, we have a great deal of experience with this kind of work. We will work diligently to guide you through the process to help you achieve the best possible results.
If your case is properly expunged, you may be able to say that you have never been charged with a criminal offense. Contact Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law at 407-377-0150 to learn more.
Florida Law on the Seal and Expungement Process
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement allows certain criminal records to be expunged or sealed.
- Expungement: Expunged criminal records are removed from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement records. If your records are properly expunged, you may be able to answer "no" to questions on job applications and other documents that ask if you have a criminal record.
- Sealing: Sealed records are placed under highly restricted access. Restrictions for sealing may not be as strict as expungement.
Contact Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law at 407-377-0150
Are you concerned about what your criminal history looks like? Contact the lawyers at Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law by calling our Orlando, Florida, law firm at 407-377-0150. You may also complete our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation about expunging or sealing your criminal record.