Shalimar Expungement Attorney

Serving Clients Throughout The Florida Panhandle

Member of The National Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Florida laws make it possible to seal your criminal record from public view or expunge (clear) your record of misdemeanor arrests or convictions.

Sealing Your Record to Protect Your Reputation

Under certain conditions, you may have the specific content of your police record sealed from public viewing. Prospective employers, college admissions officers and others will be able to see that you have a police record, but will not have access to see the nature of the charges. After having your records sealed for ten (10) years, in most cases you will qualify for clearing your record through the expungement process depending on the nature and circumstances of the charge.

Expungement — Clear Your Record As If Nothing Ever Happened

Expungement is a court process where an individual can petition the court to destroy your criminal records. The clerk of court and arresting agency will be required by law to destroy your electronic and paper records from their systems.

Call an Experienced Fort Walton Beach Record Sealing Lawyer

If you live in Okaloosa County, Walton County, Bay County, Escambia County or Santa Rosa County, Florida, and wish to petition the court to protect your record from public view, call the Leininger Law Firm, P.A. Criminal defense attorney Michael Leininger has extensive experience working with the local court systems and has earned the respect of prosecutors, judges and court officials. He will work aggressively to move your petition through the system efficiently.

From offices in Shalimar, our firm provides legal counsel and advocacy for clients throughout the Florida Panhandle region. Call toll free 888-615-9643 or contact our office by email to arrange a consultation with Shalimar expungement lawyer Michael Leininger today.

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