The Feiler Law Firm is an Expert in Florida Record SealingFlorida statute 943.059 allows you to seal the records of an arrest and court case when:
- Adjudication (conviction) was Withheld,
- The court withheld adjudication and the offense qualifies to be Sealed,
- You have never been convicted of anything (other than non-criminal traffic infraction) anywhere in the U.S.,
- You have not Sealed or Expunged any other criminal record in Florida.
Why the Feiler Law Firm for Florida Record Sealing?
Today, most employers conduct background checks. Likewise, friends, family, neighbors, and those close to us, can pay a low price via the Internet to conduct a background check. Therefore, it is important to ensure your prior arrest records are expunged and sealed properly. The process takes time but with the help of The Feiler Law Firm, you can rest assured your case will be properly Expunged or Sealed. Not everyone qualifies for Florida Record Sealing, so please refer to the list of disqualifying offenses which you can see on this website.
Benefits of Florida Record Sealing
- Gets the arrest and court case off your record.
- You can tell potential employers that you have not been arrested.
- You may become eligible for more types of professional licenses and certificates.
- Can greatly improve your earning capacity by opening countless job opportunities.
- Stop your worries or the feeling of being embarrassed when someone does a background check on you.
- • Tell friends and family that you have not been arrested.
The following are offenses that may not be sealed even if the court withheld adjudication. If you do not fall into one of these categories call us today at (305) 697-7209 to make sure you qualify.
- Aggravated assault
- Aggravated battery
- Illegal use of explosives
- Abuse of elder or disabled adult
- Child abuse or aggravated child abuse
- Aircraft piracy
- Sexual battery
- Car jacking
- Lewd, lascivious, or indecent assault or act with child under 16
- Sexual activity with a child over 12 but under 18
- Burglary of a dwelling
- Stalking and aggravated stalking
- Domestic violence
- Home-invasion robbery
- Act of terrorism
- Manufacturing drugs
- Sexual misconduct with developmentally disabled person
- Sexual misconduct with a mental health patient
- Luring or enticing a child
- Sexual battery
- Procuring person under 18 for prostitution
- Florida Communication Fraud Act (organized scheme to defraud)
- Lewd or lascivious offenses upon elder or disabled person
- Sexual performance by a child
- Offenses by public officers and employees
- Showing or selling of obscene literature to minor
- Computer pornography
- Selling or buying of minors
- Trafficking drugs
- Registered sexual offense
- Attempt of any of the above offenses
How Long Does Florida Record Sealing Take?
The average case in Florida takes about 4-6 months for record sealing. The sooner you start, the sooner your record will be cleared.
The Feiler Law Firm has successfully handled thousands of criminal cases. Give us a call today at (305) 697-7209 and take the first steps to a better life now.