Clearing Your Criminal Record

A criminal record can have a broad impact on your life. It can affect your career prospects, housing and other areas that involve background checks. Contrary to what many people think, just because you were found not guilty or had a case dismissed does not mean the record was permanently erased.

Arrest records and case dispositions are public information. You must take affirmative steps to shield them from public view.

Three Decades Of Legal Experience

At Levine & Susaneck, PA, in Palm Beach County, our expungement lawyer can help you determine whether you qualify for expungement or record sealing, and if so, he can walk you through the process. With more than 30 years of experience in criminal law, expungement lawyer Fredrick Susaneck in Palm Beach County is highly knowledgeable about the intricacies of both processes.

Learn whether you can qualify for erasing or sealing your criminal record. Call us at 561-820-2967 to arrange a free consultation in West Palm Beach.

Palm Beach County Lawyers Advising On Record Sealing Versus Expungement

In Florida, expungement is the process for essentially destroying your criminal and arrest records. The public will have no access to expunged records, and you will not be under any legal obligation to disclose the records, arrests or dispositions. Only certain types of crimes qualify for expungement.

When the court seals your record, that record will not be available to the general public. You can lawfully deny that the record exists. Though the record still exists in the court system, any information relating to its contents will remain confidential. Like expungement, only certain types of crimes qualify.

Both record sealing and expungement are powerful protections. An untarnished record can open doors to many more opportunities in life.

Qualified Legal Guidance · Exceptional Client Service

When pursuing a clean criminal record, it is important to avoid mistakes and messes down the road. Our firm offers experienced and knowledgeable legal guidance to ensure that your case is handled correctly from the outset. Additionally, we provide the exceptional client service you expect from a small firm. Mr. Susaneck will personally handle your case from beginning to end.

As a former prosecutor and Felony Division Chief, Mr. Susaneck is recognized as an authority on criminal defense. He has published articles and taught seminars on many aspects of criminal law.

Learn More About Expungement And The Record Sealing Process In Martin County And Palm Beach County

To learn more about how to clear your criminal record, call Levine & Susaneck, PA, at 561-820-2967 or contact our record sealing attorney in Palm Beach County online. We offer free consultations.