Clean Up Your Criminal History
Bradenton Expungement Attorney: (941) 877-5587
If you have been charged with a crime but have not been adjudicated guilty
of a crime (resulting in either dropped or dismissed charges), the arrest
may still be on your record, showing up on background checks and haunting
you each time you apply for a job. But there is a way to clean up your
record. Florida allows individuals with single arrests on their record
to either be expunged or sealed, making them not accessible in most background
checks. Not all charges will qualify, so it is important that you check
with a Bradenton expungement lawyer at The Miller Law Firm, P.A. if you
have any questions.
In order to be eligible for expungement, you must:
- Have had the charges dropped or dismissed by either the prosecutor or court
- Have not been found guilty of the charge in the petition
- Have not had a previous charge expunged
- Have never been found guilty of a prior offense
FREE expungement consultation
Talk to a
former prosecutor at the firm about your situation and whether or not you qualify. Attorney
Scott Miller can walk you through the steps and help you understand the
details of your charges.
Why Expunge Your Charge?
Expungement is a great opportunity for many individuals with charges on
their records to start over. You can have greater opportunities for employment,
housing, professional licenses, student loans, and more. When your charge
is expunged, then it is no longer public record, and most employers are
not able to access the expunged record.
Are You Eligible? Attorney Scott Miller Can Tell You.
You can find out whether you are eligible for expungement by talking to
Attorney Scott Miller at The Miller Law Firm, P.A. He can go over your
record to see if you are a good candidate and walk you through the steps,
the paperwork, and more. The expungement process can be confusing, so
make sure that you start off with the help of an experienced lawyer.
Call (941) 877-5587
for an attorney who cares about your future.