CHARGES THAT MAY BE EXPUNGED

If you plead guilty or nolo contendere(no contest) to any of the following offenses, you are NOT eligible to have your criminal record SEALED or EXPUNGED under Florida law. Click here for answers to Frequently Asked Questions.  

However these crimes may likely be expunged if charges were dismissed.  If you were charged with, or arrested for, any of the following offenses and charges were later abandoned, dismissed, or dropped, you are eligible to have your criminal record history EXPUNGED.

  • Aircraft piracy – Section 860.16, Florida Statutes
  • Arson – Section 806.01, Florida Statutes
  • Assault (Aggravated) – Section 784.021, Florida Statutes
  • Battery (Aggravated) – Section 784.045, Florida Statutes
  • Battery (Sexual) – Chapter 794, Florida Statutes
  • Burglary of a dwelling – Section 810.02, Florida Statutes
  • Car jacking – Section 812.133, Florida Statutes
  • Child (Abuse or Aggravated) – Chapter 827, Florida Statutes
  • Child (Sex with 12 to 18 by familial member) – Section 827.071, Florida Statutes
  • Child (Sexual performance Of) – Section 827.071, Florida Statutes
  • Communications Fraud Act Violations – Section 817.034, Florida Statutes
  • Domestic Violence (Resulting in Injury) – Section 741.28, Florida Statutes
  • Drug Trafficking – Section 893.135, Florida Statutes
  • Elderly (Abuse or Aggravated) – Section , Florida Statutes
  • Explosives, illegal use of – Section 790.001, Florida Statutes
  • Homicide – Chapter 782, Florida Statutes
  • Kidnapping – Chapter 787, Florida Statutes
  • Lewd or lascivious Acts on Children – Section 800.04, Florida Statutes
  • Lewd or lascivious Acts on the Elderly – Section 825.1025, Florida Statutes
  • Manslaughter – Section 782.07, Florida Statutes
  • Obscenity (Providing to Minors) – Section 847.0133, Florida Statutes
  • Obscenity (Computer Pornography) – Section 847.0135, Florida Statutes
  • Obscenity (Selling or Buying Minors) – Section 847.0145, Florida Statutes
  • Prostitution (Procuring under 18) – Section 796.03, Florida Statutes
  • Public Officer or Public Employee Offenses – Chapter 839, Florida Statutes
  • Robbery – Section 812.13, Florida Statutes
  • Robbery (Home Invasion) – Section 812.135, Florida Statutes
  • Stalking and Aggravated stalking – Section 784.048, Florida Statutes
  • Sexual Misconduct – Section 393.135, Florida Statutes
  • Sexual Misconduct (DCF) – Section 394.4593, Florida Statutes
  • Sexual Misconduct (Corrections) – Section 916.1075, Florida Statutes
  • Terrorism – Section 775.30, Florida Statutes