Expungement Attorney in Broward County, FL
What is record expungement?
In the legal world, there are records kept for anyone who has been convicted
of a crime. These records are established once the conviction has occurred.
The complex process of Expungement involves an attorney going through
and having any convictions or arrests removed from one's public records
so that they no longer appear. This is a complex process that takes skill
and know-how in order to present the matter correctly to the courts.
However, even though the record has been expunged and you or the public
can no longer view the conviction, law enforcement personnel will still
have access to someone's criminal history. A knowledgeable expungement
defense attorney can assist in having an offense, violation, arrest or
conviction expunged. Because arrests and convictions can tarnish ones
reputation and have possible bad affects for ones future by remaining
on ones public record, many people seek to have these records expunged.
Any record expungement must be petitioned for and approved by the court.
Some reasons for having charges expunged are due to the bad effects it
can create on your housing options, future employment, educational possibilities
and the ability to obtain loans.
Expunge Your Criminal Record
If you or someone you know needs to have a conviction expunged from their
criminal record, you need an experienced Broward County criminal defense
lawyer to assist in acquiring the approval through the courts and completing
the expungement process.
Attorney Michael Mirer is a former prosecutor with over a decade of experience
as a trial attorney. He has established a highly successful
criminal defense trial practice and is now serving the Broward County and Ft. Lauderdale
areas. Prior to entering his own private practice, Michael Mirer was an
Assistant State Attorney for Miami — Dade County where he prosecuted all
levels and types of crimes. He has extensive trial and courtroom experience
which includes well over 100 trials.
Attorney Michael Mirer would be more than happy to discuss your circumstances
regarding any criminal record you may have to establish the best possible
option for your situation. This is a no obligation service and we have
the utmost respect for your privacy.
To find out about expunging your records,
contact Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Mirer.