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Can I expunge my felony charge of DWLS?

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 05th, 2016 on Expungements - Florida
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I was charged a felony with DWLS habitual offender. I was not convicted due to it was adjudication withheld. I had to complete community service, pay court fines & 2 years probation. All have been completed back in 2012. Can this be expunged? If so can I retain any of your services to assist with this? Thank you.
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Answered on Apr 25th, 2017 at 6:08 AM

If you have never been adjudicated guilty of any crime anyplace, then you are eligible for sealing, not expungement.

 

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A criminal record can follow you for years, even decades, making it more difficult to get a job or obtain a professional license, qualify for certain security clearances and/or rent an apartment. If you've previously been arrested, charged with a crime or found guilty of a violation, misdemeanor or felony, you may, after a period of time, be able to have your record expunged, or purged. An expungements attorney can explain your state's requirements for expunging, modifying and/or sealing criminal records. If you qualify, your law firm or lawyer can guide you through the expungement process.
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