Polk County Expunction Lawyer
Wish to Seal Your Criminal Record?
Having an arrest, a
criminal charge, or a conviction on your record can have many negative consequences. When
you apply for a job or an apartment, you have to disclose the facts of
your charge. This can prevent you from getting some jobs altogether.
Even though you were not convicted, you can be penalized for an arrest.
If you were convicted but you successfully completed your probation or
served your time, it's understandable that you'd like to start
over with a clean slate. Unfortunately, that's not always possible
with our criminal justice system.
The following are some ways to remove a criminal charge from your record:
- Have your case dismissed
- Take your case to trial and win
- Have the court Withhold the Adjudication of Guilt
David Carmichael, a seasoned Polk County expunction attorney can explain which, if any,
of these options may be available for you, depending upon the crime and
the outcome of your case. When you meet with us for a free consultation,
we will fully explain the process and give you an honest assessment of
whether we think you will have success.
Call (863) 533-7117 to learn more about expunctions during a
complimentary initial consultation.
Boswell & Dunlap LLP Can Help You Through the Expunction Process
Record sealing is often an option for young adults who made a mistake during
their college years. Whenever possible, protect your child's reputation
and his or her promising future from being harmed by an underage drinking
misdemeanor drug possession charge.
If your college student has been convicted of a crime while under the age
of 21, we can help. Our Polk County expunction lawyer will do everything
possible to help you clear your criminal record through expungement or
sealing your juvenile record. We look forward to helping you.
Get in touch with a Polk County expunction attorney without delay.