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Orlando Expungement Attorney

Experienced Post-Conviction Lawyer Across Orlando and Seminole County

A criminal record can be a substantial hindrance to achieving your future goals. You might have difficulty finding a job in a certain field, being accepted into a school, being approved for a loan, or even getting a house or apartment. At Z Law Firm, L.L.C., our Orlando expungement lawyer helps people get their charges cleared from their records.

When you come in for your free consultation, we can help you evaluate your situation to see if you are eligible for expungement. Then we can assist you in handling the entire process of clearing your criminal history. If relief is granted, when someone runs a background check on you, they won’t find any information regarding your charges. Additionally, you would be legally permitted to answer “no” if asked if you have a criminal history.

Schedule a free consultation with our Orlando post-conviction attorney today by calling (407) 315-2888.

Discover if You Qualify for Expungement

Did you know that your arrest will show up on your criminal record even if you were not convicted? If a landlord, banker, or employer sees that you have been arrested, their final decision may be swayed. The good news is that you may be eligible to file for expungement to get your charges removed from your record.

Unfortunately, those convicted of crimes in Florida cannot have their record expunged. You can only qualify for expungement if your charges were dropped, the case was dismissed, you were found not guilty, or the case failed to be filed correctly. However, if you were convicted for the offense, you may be eligible to have your record sealed.

Crimes That Cannot Be Expunged

There are certain crimes that cannot be expunged in Florida, including:

  • Battery
  • Sexual violations
  • Robbery
  • Prostitution
  • Domestic violence
  • Carjacking
  • Child abuse
  • Homicide
  • Home invasion robbery
  • Arson
  • Drug trafficking
  • Kidnapping
  • Illegal use of explosives

How to File for Expungement

To file for expungement in Florida, you must first obtain a Certificate of Eligibility. This process involves submitting an application to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Along with the application, you will need to include:

  • A certified disposition for each criminal charge listed on the application
  • A completed fingerprint form/card
  • A $75 payment for the processing fee
  • A letter of representation from your attorney

Our legal team can make sure that all the required paperwork is filled out correctly and filed on time.

Contact Us Today

The expungement process can be challenging to manage on your own. At Z Law Firm, L.L.C., we have 18 years of experience handling various criminal matters, including seeking to have arrest or conviction information wiped or sealed. We can walk you through every step of the process in your pursuit of getting your record cleared.

Contact (407) 315-2888 now to discuss your case with our Orlando expungement attorney. We will work toward obtaining a favorable outcome to help you move on with your future unhindered by your criminal charges.

Get to Know Our Attorney

As a former prosecutor, Attorney Zmijewski understands both sides of the law and how to use that to your advantage. He ensures that the rights of those he represents are protected.

Victories for Our Clients

Experience Matters. Trust a Professional to Get Results.
  • Aggravated Battery Case Dismissed
  • Domestic Violence Case Dismissed
  • Drug Trafficking Not Guilty Verdict
  • DUI Case Dismissed
  • DUI Charges Reduced
  • Felony Drug Posession Case Dismissed
  • Felony Drug Possession Charges Reduced
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What Sets Us Apart?

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  • Compassionate One-on-One Attention
  • Former Prosecutor
  • Nearly Two Decades of Trial Experience
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