The ticket was on 1/20/2009 making it a little over 8 years, it was a violation for doing 89 in a 70 zone.
Why are you bothering with a speeding ticket? Insurance generally only looks back 3 years. A speeding ticket is not a criminal offense to expunge.
Florida's sealing and expungement statute only applies to criminal offenses. Speeding citations are civil infractions and therefore cannot be sealed or expunged. As Mr. Babkes, correctly pointed out, insurance companies only go back three (3) years.
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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but you cannot expunge civil infractions.
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No, you cannot remove any entries from your driving record by using FDLE's sealing / expunction process, but the disposition may be amended (if you were convicted) by filing the appropriate motion or you could even get the citation dismissed by filing a motion to re-open the case / to withdraw your plea, but you'd need a very liberal Judge and an extremely compelling argument in support of that motion. Without knowing the reasons behind your question / request, it is difficult to provide guidance on this issue.
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