I think that robbery is one of those crimes that you cannot get sealed or expunged. If that is actually the case, the only option would be to seek executive clemency, which is very rare and takes an inordinate amount of time. You need to seek out employers who hire felons. Do a few searches on the internet.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq.,
Keep looking. There are employers out there that will give you a second chance. You just have to have to have the willingness to keep looking. Its not easy but they are out there.
B. Elaine Jones, Esq.
Robbery is excluded from being sealed or expunged (see http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/Content/getdoc/cfbb1cd3-1ca9-4a3e-a75d-01566981d6e2/Reasons-an-Application-for-Certification-of-Eligib.aspx ) so the only hope that you have at "erasing" it from your record is to petition the Governor's Office for Executive Clemency (see https://fpc.state.fl.us/Clemency.htm ) - although you should know that the odds are probably about the same as winning the lottery.
Its sad that our pasts have to stay with us but we must strive everyday to be better for it. Keep your chin up and your head straight and I am sure that something will break your way.
Wishing you the best of luck!
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This is not a legal opinion by any means, but I would show evidence of rehabilitation beyond doing time. Perhaps volunteer work for a needy segment of the population would be a good fit. Be honest and candid, and explain what you have done to change. there may also be some transitional organizations that assist former felons that can help you.
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