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Expungement Can Be Your Start At A New Future

Last updated on April 28, 2021

For individuals with a criminal record, building a future can seem like a series of setbacks. The legal system continues to punish the convicted long after their formal sentence is complete. Convictions prevent you from holding certain jobs, accessing affordable housing and obtaining other assistance. Often, the only way to escape the long-term consequences of conviction is through the expungement process.

At Campbell & Madden, PLLC our legal team commits to quality legal representation that does not back down from a challenging case. After helping dozens of individuals achieve a fresh start through expungement proceedings, we are confident that we can help you. Email our firm today.

Who Is Eligible For Expungement?

Expungement takes a criminal conviction off your criminal record. In many ways, it is as though the conviction never happened. But Florida is strict about who is eligible for expungement and under what circumstances. You may be eligible for expungement if:

  • The conviction is the only crime on your record and is not a felony.
  • The crime was nonviolent and did not involve firearms or drugs.
  • An order to seal the criminal record is already in place.
  • You have completed your full sentence, including probation.

Attorney John Campbell understands the full impact a clear criminal record can have on your life. Expungement means you do not have to worry about a background check again and that the court views you on equal footing during child custody and other family law issues.

A Fresh Start Is A Phone Call Away

For help with expungement proceedings or sealing your criminal record, reach out to our lawyers today. You can reach our attorneys at 888-646-1535.