Step 3 – File petition with the court:
- As soon as we receive the Application for the Certificate of Eligibility back from the FDLE, should Certificate of Eligibility be issued, and absent any objections from the state attorney’s office, the petition to expunge or seal a criminal history record should be granted.
- However, it is important to note that the Florida Record Expungement Statute – F.S. 943.0585 and the Florida Record Sealing Statute – F.S. 943.059 expressly state that “any right to the expunction (or sealing) of any criminal history record, and any request for expunction of a criminal history record may be denied at the sole discretion of the court.”
- In other words, neither Erase the Case, nor any licensed attorney can guarantee the successful expungement or sealing of a criminal history record.
- Nevertheless, while the court has the final decision to grant or deny a petition, Erase the Case offers a limited Money Back Guarantee* to honor our commitment that we are here to help people, not just make money.
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