If you go to the Florida department of law enforcement website, they have step by step instructions on how to complete the process. It is a multi step process that can be time consuming. If you follow their instructions, you can probably do it yourself. If you feel you are not up to the challenge, call around as lawyers can usually assistant you for a relatively low fee. Just so you know, there are costs involved either way. Good luck. Feel free to call should you need additional assistance.
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You are eligible for an expunction, so long as you have no other convictions for anything else. Many people think that as long as the charge was dropped, they can have it expunged. This is incorrect. If you have ANY conviction for ANY criminal offense at any time in your life, you will not be able to have any charge expunged.
If you qualify for an expunction, you can try and follow the steps laid out on the FDLE website but it would make for a much smoother process if you retain an attorney to assist you. Good luck!
Karen J Tufte