Expunging And Sealing A DUI Offense
Because of the repercussions a criminal record can cause, many people are interested in learning more about how expunging or sealing their records can help them. The reality is that the only way to stop a DUI conviction from haunting you for years to come is to put forward a strong defense when you are facing charges.
A conviction for DUI cannot be expunged or sealed. An effective defense, can, however:
- Defend your case in court
- Pursue the dismissal or reduction of charges
- Help you secure admission into a pretrial diversion program
Securing the representation of a skilled and experienced attorney at the outset of your case is your best chance to prevent a criminal conviction from causing you difficulties in the future.
Board-Certified Criminal Defense Against DUI Charges
At Lindsey & Ferry, P.A., our attorneys are committed to helping our clients overcome the impact criminal charges can have on their lives. Our decades of combined experience allow us to see the full range of options that will best suit your individual situation. That experience coupled with our knowledge of the local courts helps us to deliver the positive results our clients expect from us.
Attorneys Warren Lindsey and Matthew Ferry work together to help our clients avoid the years of negative consequences that they may face if convicted on DUI charges. For 37 years, Mr. Lindsey has been able to truly help many people through difficult matters such as DUI charges. The help he has provided has helped him receive an *AV Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell as well as being selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers from 2007 to 2014. His skill as a criminal defense attorney has been recognized by the Florida Bar which has board-certified him in criminal law.
Expunging And Sealing A DUI In The Orlando Area And Central Florida
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