A number of individuals find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time, and they get arrested and end up facing criminal charges. Some individuals may then be wrongfully convicted of the charges, especially if they did not have an experienced criminal defense attorney handling their case. For many people, any mark on their criminal record may have a substantially negative effect on their life and may affect aspects such as employment opportunities, professional licensure, qualifying for student loans, and much more. The good news is that such individuals may benefit greatly from an expunction or sealing of their criminal record.
At the Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm, we understand the complicated expunction and record sealing laws in Florida and work to clear the name of good citizens with wrongful convictions. Call one of our Florida offices to inquire about having your criminal record expunged or sealed today.
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- What Does It Mean To Have A Record Expunged In Florida?
- Who Is Eligible To Have Their Record Expunged In Florida?
- What Can I Do If I Am Unable To Have My Record Expunged?
Our Okaloosa County Expunction Lawyer can help you clear your name and have a criminal record expunged. The expungement process requires the court to review your case and have the conviction removed from your record. It gives you a fresh slate so you can start again. Whether you’re looking for an Expunction lawyer in Jefferson County or an Expunction attorney in Florida Panhandle, give us a call at (850) 423-0035 to speak with our lawyers and have your record expunged in Florida.
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