Criminal Charges Not Eligible for Expunction / Sealing

Fort Lauderdale Criminal Lawyer Bradford Cohen strives to provide his clients with the most information possible on their criminal situation. There have been many legal questions arising in regards to "what crimes cannot be expunged of sealed?" Please find the list below of Florida Crimes that are not eligible to be expunged or sealed. The list may not be exhaustive, but it is a very good start in regards to what solution is available to you in your Florida State criminal charge. If you have any question in regards to your charge, please feel free to contact our State and Federal Criminal Lawyer 24/7.

Offenses Listed in Florida Statute 907.041

  1. Arson
  2. Aggravated Assault
  3. Aggravated Battery
  4. Illegal Use of Explosives
  5. Child Abuse or Aggravated Child Abuse
  6. Abuse of the Elderly
  7. Aircraft piracy
  8. Kidnapping
  9. Homicide
  10. Manslaughter
  11. Sexual Battery
  12. Robbery
  13. Car Jacking
  14. Lewd and Lascivious or indecent assault on child under the age of 16 years
  15. Sexual activity with a child, who is 12 years of age or older, but less then 18 years of age
  16. Burglary of a Dwelling
  17. Stalking or Aggravated Stalking
  18. Act of Domestic Violence
  19. Home-Invasion Robbery
  20. Act of Terrorism
  21. Attempting to conspire to commit any of the above crimes
  22. Manufacturing any substance in violation of Florida Statute 893