FLORIDA CRIMINAL LAW LEGAL DOCUMENT PREPARER
All criminal defendants in the State of Florida are entitled to a lawyer. Persons that cannot afford lawyers are entitled to court appointed lawyers. There is nothing more important than a person’s freedom, so we do not suggest that you use our Florida legal doc prep services to defend yourself against a serious crime. On the other hand, some criminal matters such as filing a petition for termination of probation; petition for modification of probation, or a petition for expungement or sealing of criminal records are straight forward enough for an individual to handle on their own with the assistance of an experienced legal document specialist.
Early Termination of Probation and Modification of Probation
Probation, sometimes called “community supervision,” requires persons released from prison to adhere to certain rules that restrict their lives. Successfully modifying or terminating parole can sometimes put an end to:
- Attending parole ordered classes
- Being restricted about where you can live and work
- Random drug testing
- Paying monthly supervision costs
You are most likely to be successful with your Application for a Certificate of Eligibility for Court-Ordered Sealing or Expungement if you have met all of the conditions of your probation and have served at least half of your term. We have all of the forms required and we can assist you with filling them out.
Expunging Criminal Records and Sealing Criminal Records
Having a criminal record makes things like obtaining employment, buying or renting a home and traveling much more difficult. Qualifying for expungement of criminal records or sealing of criminal records can broaden your opportunities, giving you a fresh start. A sealed record still exists, but is not available to the public. Record expungement seals and destroys the entire record. A Florida petition to expunge criminal records or petition to seal criminal records must be done in the same court where a person is convicted. We have all the forms required for sealing and expunging records in Florida criminal courts, and we can fill them out for you with the information you provide.