If you have an adult criminal record involving an arrest only, Florida may allow the expungement/sealing of those adult criminal records.
Non-conviction records may be sealed or expunged several ways.
If you have an adult criminal record involving a conviction or other disposition, Florida may allow the expungement/sealing of those adult criminal records.
If your adjudication was withheld, you may be eligible for a Florida expungement.
If you have a juvenile criminal record and you were not adjudicated, Florida may allow the expungement/sealing of those juvenile criminal records.
Expungement may be available if you were arrested for a non-violent misdemeanor and it was your first offense and if you successfully completed a pre-arrest or post-arrest diversion program.
In Florida, most juvenile records are not expunged until you are 24, and for some crimes not until age 26.
If you are not eligible to have your Florida criminal record expunged/sealed, you still may be eligible for a pardon or other relief.
The Governor of Florida and three members of his Cabinet are constituted as a Clemency Board.