Having a criminal record can have a serious effect on school and employment opportunities. Even if you are not actually ever convicted a criminal record could be created merely by an arrest.
A criminal record can affect employment and school opportunities. A clean record, on the other hand, can be an invaluable asset. A criminal conviction is not the only way a criminal record is created. A criminal record can be created merely when an arrest is made or charges are filed against you.
To be eligible to have your record sealed or expunged, you cannot have any prior or subsequent offenses where you were found guilty, or adjudicated guilty by the Court. Moreover, you cannot be found guilty or be adjudicated guilty of the offense for which you are seeking to seal or expunge, meaning adjudication must be withheld by the Court,..
Call today for a free consultation and speak with one of our experienced attorneys who can assist you in determining your eligibility to have your records sealed. The attorneys at Jax DUI Defense have over 60 years of combined legal experience helping the citizens of Jacksonville. The criminal defense portion of our practice is led by an experienced former Assistant State Attorney who prosecuted all types of criminal cases from misdemeanors to felonies punishable by life imprisonment. If you are eligible, our experienced attorneys can help guide you through the sealing process to ensure your rights are protected and that you get that much needed fresh start in your life for both employment and educational