Many Americans are not away of their legal rights. For example, did you know your arrest records remain public permanently – even after you have served your time, and even if the case in question was dismissed?
Needless to say, this makes an already unpleasant experience an even more haunting one. It means anyone, anywhere, can find out about this personal event. Aside from dealing with the embarrassment and social stigma, you can also find it harder to get a job or get approved for a rental.
In addition to top-notch Miami Traffic Lawyers, Hochman and Goldin, P.A. offers the vital services of Miami Expungement Lawyers, who can help you seal or expunge your case, making it as if those criminal changes never happened. As long as your case was dismissed, or you were granted a withhold of adjudication, your records can be sealed or expunged from the record.
It can be challenging to go about this on your own, as it takes time and money to file the necessary application. Plus, if you were to fail to finish within a certain timeframe, your request will be rejected and you would have to wait longer.
With a sealed or expunged record, your arrest will not appear in a background check and you can legally deny or refuse to acknowledge it ever happened. Hochman and Goldin can help determine whether your case is eligible for sealing or expunging, or even whether these are the best approach for your interest. Let us handle all the messy and costly legal details.
Contact 305-665-1000 or email@example.com, or visit our office at 9703 South Dixie Highway Suite #202. All our services are made available in Spanish.