Criminal Record Background Checks
Making Sure You Qualify For An Expungement or Sealing
Information provided by Eric J. Dirga, P.A., Orlando - Statewide Service
Last Updated: July 5, 2015
Making Sure You Qualify To Have Your Criminal Record Expunged Or Sealed
The first thing you need to do is determine if you qualify to have your criminal arrest record sealed or expunged. Our Do You Qualify page explains what qualifying means. If you have been directed here then you are not sure if you qualify.
Let us make sure you qualify to have your record sealed or expunged. All we need is some identifying information and we can find out definitively if you are eligible for an expungement or criminal record sealing.
To get started either call us at 407-841-5555. OR email us directly at email@example.com. For an extensive background search our fee is $200. If you've only been arrested a few times or less you can click to our Links Page and then on the SEARCH tab. You can then click on the county where you were arrested and do your own background search - save yourself some money. Send us what you find.
If You Want Us To Determine Your Eligibility
If you need us to see if you are eligible give us a call or email and provide us with the following information:
- First, middle, and last legal name;
- Date of birth;
- Social security number;
- Current residence address:
- Gender and race.
What Our Extensive Background Check Covers
When we do a background check we find out all available criminal arrests and summons that are currently public records. We determine what the outcome of all the arrests and summons were and then evaluate the information. We will pursue all information until we have determined if you qualify. It is a bit more extensive than just searching clerk's records.
Notifying Private Background Check Companies
I am currently providing a service of notifying private background check companies of only our clent's records that have already been sealed or expunged. Please contact us for details.
Many people believe that lawyers have unlimited access to thorough background checks. This is not true. Attorneys can log on to additional information provided by certain Clerks of Court but this is far from a background evaluation to determine your eligibility to expunge or seal your record.
Like everyone else, we must pay for a service and from there make any required inquiries from the courts that are necessary. This takes time and money. We try to be as thorough with our expungement qualification evaluation as possible. For this reason our evaluations may take several weeks.
The purpose of publishing this information is to help judges, attorneys and non-lawyers better understand this area of law. We appreciate any input that may further this goal.
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