St. Petersburg Expungement Lawyer
Achieve Closure by Sealing or Expunging
Your Criminal Records
Once you have been arrested and gone through the stressful ordeal of a criminal prosecution, your criminal record remains evidence of a past you would rather forget.
Unfortunately, your record remains very easy to access via the Internet and this past will follow you throughout your life. It will rear its ugly head every time you seek employment, apply for loans, attempt to rent property, and apply for entry to schools. Therefore, if you qualify to have your criminal record sealed or expunged, it is in your best interest to do so.
Florida Statutes 943.059 and 943.0585 govern Court-ordered sealing and expunction of criminal history records. The sealing and expunging process can be incredibly overwhelming for a layperson. In fact, even a legal professional who does not routinely practice criminal defense will likely be confused by the procedure. Fortunately, it is simple to hire a competent and affordable attorney who will literally handle the entire ordeal for you. Rooth Law Group, P.A. will be able to advise you whether you are eligible for either of these statutory remedies.
Notably, once a criminal record is sealed, Florida law permits you to deny or fail to acknowledge the arrests covered by the sealed or expunged record under most circumstances. This means you can lawfully represent to a potential employer that the criminal arrest and procedure never occurred! In these challenging economic times, you certainly want to distinguish yourself from the vast employment application pool in every possible light. To successfully do this, you will need a St. Petersburg expungement lawyer by your side.
Our goal is to complete the sealing and expungement process for you as quickly and painlessly as possible. The entire process takes approximately four to six months, depending on the processing of your application by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. We will complete and submit your paperwork immediately, upon receipt of all relevant information from you.
There is no room for error in tackling the sealing or expungement. If you have come this far in surviving your battle in the criminal justice system, it does not make sense to cut corners in handling your case now. Being able to finally close the chapter on this challenging part of your life will be truly priceless. It is best to make sure the process is completed correctly by entrusting it to competent legal counsel, and that’s where a St. Petersburg expungement lawyer comes in. Even if you have started the process on your own, it is not too late to contact Rooth Law Group for assistance.
Contact us for a free legal consultation and we will advise you on whether you are even eligible for sealing or expunging your criminal record. The right St. Petersburgh expungement lawyer can let you know where you stand.
Close Your Criminal Case with Competent Legal Counsel
Rooth Law Group has vast experience in filing applications to seal and expunge their client’s criminal histories. Prior clients often return after their cases have been resolved to have Rooth Law Group attorneys handle this process.
Call the Rooth Law Group today to schedule a free initial consultation: (727) 797-9600 in Pinellas County & (813) 333-6517 in Hillsborough County
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