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How To Have Your Criminal Record Removed From The System

An arrest or non-violent criminal charges on your record can make getting a job, volunteering, or even bank loan approvals much more difficult because anyone can access that information and potentially use it against you...

However, in Florida, criminal dispositions are subject to expungement, which permanently removes them from the system.

Criminal Defense Attorney Jacob Noble of Noble Law says seeking an expungement for your record can be advantageous:

"When you have a record expunged, it means that that disposition is no longer subject to a public records search. What that means is when someone looks to see if you have a criminal record, they will not be able to do so."

It's important to note that vital for a records expungement is that you do not have a prior conviction for another crime. An application must be filed and the court petitioned to get your criminal record expunged. The process can be complicated and it's best to seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney.

Jacob Noble's main goal is to develop collaborative attorney-client interactions. He matches the energy of zealous prosecutors, and works hard to ensure your rights are protected.

Aggressive. Prepared. Tenacious.

These invaluable qualities are what distinguishes Jacob Noble from his peers, and what leaves many of his clients feeling satisfied with their case results. For more information about how he can help you, don't hesitate to contact Noble Law today at (561) 847-7095.