Eric J Dirga, PA has been representing people for Florida record expungements for over 20 years. We have helped over a thousand people obtain expunged records and move on with a second chance in life.
Whether you still live in the state, moved out-of-state, or were just visiting, we can expunge your arrest. Adult, juvenile, man, woman, felony, or misdemeanor – it doesn’t matter. A Florida record expungement is the best option when trying to move past a criminal mistake.
Contact Us and find out if you qualify to expunge your record today.
Do You Have A Florida Criminal Record?
You have a criminal record if you have ever:
- been arrested (or received a Notice to Appear).
- gone to court and had all criminal charges against you dropped.
- been accused of a crime but nothing came of it.
- been found guilty and had the Adjudication of Guilt “Withheld.”
A criminal record is:
- Can keep you from living where you want to live,
- Can keep you from getting the job where you want to work, and
- Can keep you from obtaining your opportunities in life.
If you were arrested in Florida, the law allows you to seal or expunge your arrest record upon qualifying.
Florida Record Expungement Information
A Florida arrest record expungement or sealing is the only way to make your criminal record a non-public record. Below are links [⚖] to specific information regarding Florida criminal record expungements and sealings, and our services and representation.
Find out what a Florida criminal record expungement or sealing is, what their differences are, and how you can be found guilty but not convicted in Florida.
Qualifying for a Florida Record Expungement
Find out if you qualify for a Florida record expungement or sealing first!
Before you spend a dime to expunge or seal your Florida record, you need to know if you qualify. Learn what charges can and cannot be sealed. And find out where to go to run a criminal history on yourself.
Starting Your Florida Record Expungement
Getting started with your Florida record expungement or sealing is easy and inexpensive.
Learn about the benefits of expunging and sealing your arrest record. Find out if you want to hire a lawyer or try and do-it-yourself. Or just fill out the form above.
We provide Statewide representation for arrest record expungements and sealings. We provide a list of counties, broken up into their districts and circuits, providing specific information regarding each.
Other Types of Record Clearing
There are other things that you can do to address the problems with your criminal record.
Find out about special juvenile expungement options. Learn about correcting errors in your criminal record that can cause problems. Understand how a mistaken arrest can be administratively expunged.What about DUI and Domestic Violence arrests – can they be expunged?
If you have an arrest in another State, you may be eligible to have that arrest expunged! Expunging an out-of-state arrest may make you eligible to expunge an arrest here in Florida! Find a local attorney in the State where you were arrested to help you seal or expunge your record in that state.
After Your Criminal Record Is Expunged
To take full advantage of the law’s protections, you still have a few things to do after your record has been sealed or expunged.
Once you have completed the process of sealing or expunging your Florida criminal record there are some things you can do to maximize the benefits.
Florida statutes, administrative code, and case law regarding the expunging and sealing of criminal records.
For More Information Emailed to You
For Florida record expungement information emailed to you, fill out and submit the form below – or text your “email address” to 407-434-1858. We will email you information.
Additional Information Regarding Arrest Records
Check out our blog posts. Most concern expungements and sealings. Some of the topics we have posted about include teaching with a record, level 1 and level 2 background checks, the history of the law, and more. You can search for specific keywords in the search function at the top of the page.