Expungement Attorney Clearwater FLExpungement Attorney Charles Holloway Can Help Clearwater, FL, Area Residents Limit Public Access to Their Criminal Records

Local expungement attorney Charles Holloway may be able to help residents of the Clearwater, Florida, area limit public access to their criminal records. The question of whether someone may qualify for expungement or sealing generally depends on how the charges at issue were resolved:

  • Expungement — An expungement attorney may be able to help someone expunge (i.e., destroy) his or her criminal records if a court never found him or her to be guilty of the charges at issue (i.e., the prosecutor or the court dismissed the charges).
  • Sealing — An expungement attorney may be able to help someone seal (i.e., keep confidential, but not actually destroy) his or her criminal records if a court never convicted him or her of the charges at issue, even if the court found him or her to be guilty (i.e., the court withheld the adjudication of guilt).

As an experienced expungement attorney, Charles Holloway can help his clients determine whether they may qualify for sealing or expungement.

Expungement attorney Charles Holloway’s office is conveniently located in Clearwater, FL, and his 30+ years of experience working in the community has made him very familiar with the local legal system. After graduating from Stetson Law School and being admitted to the Florida State Bar, he practiced law as an Assistant State Attorney in Pinellas County for three years. In 1986, he established his firm in Clearwater, FL, and has continued defending the residents of this area since that time as a private practice criminal law attorney.

If you live in the Clearwater, FL, area and are interested in restricting the public’s access to your criminal records, please call expungement attorney Charles Holloway today to set up a free initial consultation. During this meeting, Charles Holloway will review the documents relating to the charges at issue (as well as the documents relating to any prior convictions), ask you some questions about the charges, and offer you a preliminary evaluation of whether your criminal records may be sealed or expunged.