You'll have to seek an expungment. You can go on the Fdle website if you'd like to try it yourself or hire a lawyer. I Handle these matters and offer free consultation.
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You can have your record sealed/expunged which will remove it from your record. The only people who will be able to see your record are certain government agencies and private companies that keep databases of criminal arrests. Both are limited circumstances as most private employers would not have access to these sort of searches.
For a good explanation of what can and can't be sealed/expunged please go to http://bit.ly/10iUeul.
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Congratulations on your dismissal. Your case is eligible for an expungement. This is a long process but can be helped by a lawyer. Feel free to look at our website for any expungement questions you may have.
If you have no other conviction then you would be eligible to have your record expunged. Attorney's charge a variable fee for the service or you can go online to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) website and learn how to do it on your own.
Yes and you should immediately seek an expungement since this type of arrest on your record is very damaging. Since the state declined to file charges, it was dismissed by the prosecutor and you may expunge it and later lawfully deny the arrest. We do scores of these yearly and can assist with the process if you want to hire a lawyer to do it.
You should be able to expunge the arrest. Once you obtain the certificate of eligibility from FDLE you will need to file a sworn affidavit with the clerk of court and schedule a hearing. You can do this on your own or consult with an attorney to assist you. Good luck!
You definitely qualify for an expungement. It would be easier to have an attorney do this for you and most attorney offer a reasonable fee for these services. If you would like a free consultation, contact me at 813-681-8383. Don't wait too long to do this as it can affect your life in ways you don't know at this time.
B. Elaine Jones, Esq.