Sealed Or Expunged

Jacksonville Lawyer for Record Sealing & Expungement

A criminal record can cast a long and persistent shadow that can impede your personal growth and professional progression. It can obstruct your access to employment opportunities, housing, and even educational resources. The stigma attached to a criminal record can also strain personal relationships and lead to social isolation. However, relief is available in Florida through two legal processes: record sealing and expungement.

The process of record sealing or expungement can be complicated and daunting. The McCormick Law, can provide you with the competent legal advice and representation you require in these situations. 

Our firm has extensive experience navigating the complex terrain of Florida’s criminal justice system, and Attorney McCormick takes pride in helping individuals move forward from past mistakes. We can guide you through the record sealing or expungement process, ensuring that all legal requirements are met, and advocate for your second chance.

We serve clients in Jacksonville and the counties of Nassau, St. Johns, Clay, and Baker. 

Book a free initial consultation with our Jacksonville attorney for record sealing and expungement to discuss your options. Contact McCormick Law at (904) 353-0436.

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Eligibility for Record Sealing & Expungement

Eligibility for record sealing in Florida is generally determined by the nature of your offense, your criminal history, and whether a judgment was entered against you. You may not be eligible for record sealing if you were found guilty, pled guilty, or pled no contest. Certain offenses, such as sexual misconduct, arson, and aggravated assault, may not be sealed.

Expungement eligibility is slightly more complex. You may be eligible for expungement in Florida if your record was sealed for at least 10 years, you were arrested but not convicted, or your charges were dismissed before trial. You cannot have been found guilty of any criminal offense, pled guilty, or no contest to any crime.

Under Florida, specific crimes cannot be sealed or expunged; these offenses disqualify you if a plea or verdict was made to the charge. As mentioned above, these offenses include those involving sex crimes, as well as drug trafficking and violent crimes, like arson, aggravated assault or battery, manslaughter, homicide, and more. 

Attorney McCormick can review your situation to determine your eligibility and prepare and oversee your case where appropriate. Call (904) 353-0436 today to get started.

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