I received my Certificate of Eligibility to seal or expunge but I feel overwhelmed. Can the Rooth Law Group help me complete the sealing or expunging process?- July 25, 2011
We receive inquires such as these on a regular basis. Many people become overwhelmed with the next step of the process. Our office drafts legal documents every day. The Petition to Expunge is no exception and is difficult if you are unfamiliar with the legal system. We will gladly assist you complete the last few steps of the process. – (727) 797-9600 – 4399 35th St. N., Suite 322, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 Continue reading
Rooth Law Group has extensive experience handling the sealing and expungement of records. Eligibility requirements to complete this process can be obtained through the Florida Department of Law Enforcements website. An adjudication of guilt for any prior offense will make a person ineligible to seal or expunge a record. Further, certain offenses are not eligible to be sealed or expunged. If you are interested in sealing or expunging a record, please call our office for a free consultation – (727) 797-9600 – 4399 35th St. N., Suite 322, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 Continue reading
Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) denied my application for sealing or expunging my criminal record, what should I do?-
FDLE does make mistakes and if you suspect a mistake was made then you must file an objection to the decision and appeal the finding. Your time frame to appeal the decision is limited so you must work fast. Don’t be afraid to call FDLE directly and speak to a representative who can provide further information.
The process of sealing or expunging a record is difficult. Consider hiring an attorney to help you. Our St. Peterburg based firm has helped client clear their arrest records in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. Our attorney’s have even assisted in other counties to assure our client completely cleans and erases the criminal record.
Hiring a criminal attorney who is familiar with this process is important. Call our Saint Petersburg criminal defense attorneys to protect your rights and preserve your right to appeal the FDLE denial of your application. – (727) 797-9600 – 4399 35th St. N., Suite 322, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 Continue reading
If you entered a plea of no contest, guilty or were found guilty by a jury then you cannot seal your record for domestic violence battery. Florida law has a strict list of charges that are not eligible for sealing. DV Battery is one of very few misdemeanors on that list. Ironically, a battery that is not domestic related is eligible for sealing. If you are have a pending DV Battery charge pending call us today for your free consultation. Don’t go at it alone and expect the truth to prevail. There are options available to aid your defense and don’t wait to find out after the fact that you made a mistake. Call today the consultation is free, (727) 797-9600 in Pinellas County and (813) 333-6517 in Hillsborough County. Continue reading
Sealing your Florida criminal arrest record begins with an application provided by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). FDLE provides instructions but determining eligibility for sealing your record is the difficult part since not all crimes are eligible to be sealed. Contact our St. Petersburg criminal defense attorneys if you need assistance determining your eligibility before you spend the money filing your application with FDLE. – (727) 797-9600 – 4399 35th St. N., Suite 322, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 Continue reading
An arrest for Petit Theft is eligible for expungement as long as the case was dropped or dismissed. If you entered a guilty or no contest plea then you may be eligible to seal the record. Contact our office if you or a loved one needs help expunging their arrest for Petit Theft. We can be reached at (727) 797-9600. Let us put our criminal defense experience to work for you. – (727) 797-9600 – 4399 35th St. N., Suite 322, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 Continue reading
There is nothing that requires a citizen from acting as their own attorney. You would be know as appearing Pro Se by the courts. You can successfully complete the application and motion for an expungement of your record without an attorney . We often hear from people who have started the expungement process and become stuck or overwhelmed. If this describes your situation do not be afraid to call and have us finish the process. An expungement is relatively inexpensive and our attorney’s process them quickly to get your record erased. Call your Saint Petersburg expungement attorney’s at (727) 797-9600 in Pinellas County and (813) 333-6517 in Hillsborough County. Continue reading