Panama City Expungement Attorney

Skilled Counsel for Sealing / Expunging Your Record

Once a person convicted of a crime has paid their dues to society, in whatever form that may have taken, it is generally accepted that that person should ideally be allowed back into society and be able to return to a normal life. Unfortunately, the reality is often less than ideal. Individuals with criminal records may find it more difficult to find suitable housing and decent employment – but a dedicated Panama City expungement attorney could make all the difference. At Shouppe Law, I may be able to help you find another way.

Are you eligible to have your records expunged? Contact me today to find out!

How Does Expungement Work?

When charged with a crime, your arrest and some details about your case become public record. If these records are sealed, members of the public cannot see them, and they are not available to employers, but can be accessed by law enforcement. Expungement, however, basically erases the conviction and is only accessible by court order.

The following offenses may be eligible to be expunged from your record:

There are some offenses which cannot be expunged or sealed for any reason. Contact Shouppe Law to see if you are eligible to have a criminal record sealed or expunged.

Knowledgeable Representation for Your Case

In order to successfully seal or expunge a charge from your record, you need someone who can understand the intricacies of your case. By choosing my firm, you are choosing someone who can act as an aggressive advocate for you, and who is willing to put in the work necessary to accomplish your goals.

To schedule your free consultation, call me today at (850) 583-9088. As a skilled Panama City criminal defense lawyer, I may be able to help you.

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