Correcting Erroneous Florida Criminal Records
We Can Have F.D.L.E. Fix Your Incorrect/Erroneous Criminal Records
Information provided by Eric J. Dirga, P.A., Orlando - Statewide Service
Last Updated: August 5, 2015
Usually, you want to expunge prior arrests because you made a mistake in your past - you committed a youthful mistake and you want to move on. However, sometimes your criminal history posted by F.D.L.E. is incorrect or inaccurate. These mistakes can have serious consequences for you and they can be fixed.
Incorrect or Erroneous Criminal Records Can Be Fixed
It may be surprising to know that FDLE makes mistakes and that many people with common names have arrest records appearing on their criminal histories that belong to someone else. These errors can and should be fixed as soon as possible.
If you fear that you have a mistaken arrest on your record or this information posted there is incorrect it can be fixed - and should be as soon as possible. We can help you do this. Go to our Contact Page and tell us what the problem is.
Removing Inaccurate Information From F.D.L.E. Records
When you find a mistake within the records of F.D.L.E. you should move quickly to fix the situation. The longer it sits there the more companies have access to it. They, in turn, create more inaccurate records. These can be corrected fairly easily but sometimes it can be quite difficult. One way to understand it is to obtain a copy of your criminal history information from FDLE and then contact our office. We can look at it and give you an idea of what is going on and what it will take to fix it.
If you have further questions or your arrest history is not a mistake and want to expunge or seal an arrest please click START MY EXPUNGEMENT and submit the form.
Get Your FDLE Background Check
It will help us greatly if, when you contact us, you can send us a copy of your FDLE background check.
Cost Will Vary Depending On Issue
We keep our fees low and for most cases the cost is relatively cheap. However, some issues are much more difficult, such as when records are very old. Contact us sooner than later.
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