If you have been arrested or charged with a crime recently, you may know that this information is public. Many of these records can be accessible easily through basic searches on the internet or a public records request. Even if your charges were dropped or you were granted a withhold of adjudication, these records are still available. If you wish to learn how you can seal or expunge your criminal records, contact a top Miami Expungement Attorney at Hochman & Goldin, P.A.
In certain cases, you are able to remove these cases from your criminal record but the process is often confusing and time consuming. For example, your case can be expunged or sealed; while they may sound like they have similar end goals, they are actually quite different and some people may be eligible for both or one and not the other.
While you may be able to do this process yourself, we can help you navigate the difficult process by first determining whether your case will be eligible to be expunged or sealed. We will also help you file all necessary information accurately by our experts; this will ensure that the process is done as accurately as possible. By working with our team, you will ensure that you do not incur unnecessary fees, make errors that might delay the process or waste your time and resources in the event that you may not not eligible.
By sealing or expunging your criminal records, you can prevent others from seeing the applicable crimes on your record. By doing so, you avoid the risk of losing or not getting a job because of a past crime or avoid public scrutiny from nosey people who may search for your records. To learn more about how we can help you seal or expunge your records, contact Hochman and Goldin, P.A. at (305) 665-1000. We can also put you in touch with a Miami Traffic Attorney if you wish to fight a traffic citation.