Seal & Expunge Records

Sealing & Expunging Records

Tampa Attorney Representation Since 1978

At the Law office of Raymond R. Pines we understand that the effects of an arrest can cause a lifetime's worth of devastating consequences for our clients. An arrest record can cost you your job, prevent you from being hired for a potential job, hamper your ability to get a loan or secure a lease and even affect your credit. Our skilled criminal law attorneys have a combined 40 years of helping clients seal and expunge their criminal records. If you are interested in having your record sealed or expunged do not hesitate to contact us immediately so we can discuss whether you qualify to have your arrest record sealed or expunged.

Often time's clients want to know how long it will take to have their criminal record sealed or expunged. There is no definite answer to this question, but the general rule is somewhere between 4-6 months.

Our Tampa Criminal Attorney Can Help You Know If You Qualify

Florida Statutes 943.0585 and 943.059 are the controlling statutes that guide the Courts in determing whether you qualify to have your record sealed or expunged. Below are the relevant parts of the statute that will guide you in determining whether or not you will qualify for a sealing or expungment.

If you would like a free no obligation with one of our skilled criminal law attorneys regarding a sealing or expungment, contact your Tampa Criminal Defense Law Firm at 813-223-5775.