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Because every person is different and everyone has different needs, Erase the Case has compiled a thorough list of very relevant and specific questions which might apply to you.

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Other important questions:

 

  1. How many criminal history records can I expunge or seal in my lifetime?
  2. If the FDLE denies my Application for a Certificate of Eligibility to seal or expunge my criminal history record, can I appeal (i.e., ask for judicial review) of the denial?
  3. What is the difference between pleading guilty/no contest and receiving a Withhold of Adjudication versus pleading guilty/no contest and receiving an Adjudication of Guilt (i.e., conviction)?
  4. If I have received a full pardon by the Florida Governor, am I eligible to have my criminal history record expunged or sealed?
  5. If I received clemency for my crime, is my record automatically expunged?
  6. If my civil rights have been restored, is my criminal history record expunged or sealed?
  7. If I have been previously convicted in another state, am I eligible to expunge or seal my criminal history record here in Florida?
  8. If I have already received a criminal history record expungement or sealing in another state, am I still eligible to have my criminal history record expunged or sealed in the State of Florida?
  9. If I have previously expunged or sealed a criminal history record in the State of Florida and then had the expungement or sealing order vacated by a court, can I apply to have a new criminal history record expunged or sealed?
  10. Do I have to have an attorney to get my criminal history record expunged or sealed?
  11. If I expunged my record years ago but lost my copy and need one, what can I do?
  12. Who receives a copy of the court order showing that my criminal history record was expunged or sealed?
  13. Who does the FDLE notify in the State of Florida that the criminal history record in my case was expunged or sealed?
  14. If I don’t live in the State of Florida, can I still expunge or seal my criminal history record in the State of Florida without having to be present?
  15. Can I pay more money to expedite the process, so I can receive my expunction or sealing faster?