If you are arrested because of a Florida DUI or a different charge, you may be concerned about the long-term ramifications and whether it will follow you around for the rest of your life. There is a possibility you may be able to have your record sealed or even expunged, provided you have never been found and/or adjudicated guilty due to a misdemeanor or felony.
A DUI expungement will depend on several factors, including whether or not your case resulted in one of the following:
- The state chose not to file formal charges.
- Nolle prosequi
- The state dropped the charges after they were filed.
- Not guilty verdict
Should your DUI case result in something other than a non-file, nolle prosequi, or a not guilty verdict, but your case ended with a finding of guilt whereafter the court withheld adjudication, there is still the possibility of having your record sealed. However, your eligibility may change if you have had a previous arrest record sealed and have been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor.
If you’d like to look into possibly having your record sealed or expunged, the experienced team at Hochman & Goldin is here to help.
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