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Eric Dirga
Florida Criminal Record Expungement and Defense Attorney
Florida Criminal Record Expungement and Defense Attorney
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Record Expungement and Firearm Purchasing Restriction - A review of s. 790.065 and the effect of record sealing on the purchase restriction.

People often ask if a Record Sealing can help them get out from under the temporary restriction on purchasing firearms after they have been found guilty of certain offenses. Under certain conditions, even a withhold of adjudication can result in a firearm…
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A review of Florida's Lawful Self-Defense Expungement. Another step in the right direction.

In recent years, Florida has added a couple more types of expungements to the current laws. These are the Human Trafficking Expungement, meant to address crimes committed by people who were being “trafficked” against their will, and the Lawful…
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There is a misconception that Florida criminal records go away after a specific time. This is incorrect. This belief is based, not on the fact that the record has disappeared – which it hasn’t, but that certain employment background checks only search…
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Florida had over 113 million visitors in 2016. That’s a lot (considering the state’s population is just under 21 million). Unfortunately, not everyone who visited returned home without first being arrested. We can help Florida visitors who have a Florida…
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One of the most often asked questions regarding a Florida expungement or sealing is “how long does it take to complete?” The quick answer today is anywhere between 10-12 months or longer, and I’ll explain why below. What you need to know, as a person…
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Many people desperately seek any method to seal their court records once it is determined that they no longer qualify to have their arrest record sealed or expunged by the typical means (sections 943.0585 and 943.059, Florida Statutes). This naturally…
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