What Crimes Can Be Expunged In Florida?

What crimes can be expunged in Florida? Almost all of the criminal charges can be expunged or sealed in Florida State if the State Attorney drops or dismisses your case. You may also be eligible for sealing or expungement even if you pled out to certain criminal charges. But you have to fulfill the conditions required by FDLE to be eligible for sealing and expungement.

However, there are also certain types of crimes that can neither be expunged nor sealed; even though you have not been convicted for any offense. Also, if you are adjudicated guilty by a judge for any criminal offense you cannot get your record sealed or expunged.

Expungement in Orlando Florida

List of Crimes That Can Never Get Expungement

  • Offenses listed in Section 907.041, Florida Statutes
    1. Arson
    2. Aggravated Assault
    3. Aggravated Battery
    4. Illegal use of explosives
    5. Child abuse or Aggravated Child Abuse
    6. Abuse of an elderly person or disabled adult, or aggravated abuse of an elderly person or disabled adult
    7. Aircraft piracy
    8. Kidnapping
    9. Homicide
    10. Manslaughter
    11. Sexual Battery
    12. Robbery
    13. Carjacking
    14. Lewd, lascivious, or indecent assault or act upon or in the presence of a child under the age of 16 years
    15. Sexual activity with a child, who is 12 years of age or older but less than 18 years of age, by or at solicitation of a person in familial or custodial authority
    16. Burglary of a dwelling
    17. Stalking and Aggravated Stalking
    18. Act of Domestic Violence as defined in Section 741.28 F.S.
    19. Home-invasion Robbery
    20. Act of Terrorism as defined by Section 775.30 F.S.
    21. Manufacturing any substances in violation of chapter 893
    22. Attempting or conspiring to commit any of the above crimes
    23. Human Trafficking

    Section 393.135, F.S.

    Sexual misconduct with a developmentally disabled person and related offenses

    Section 394.4593, F.S.

    Sexual misconduct with mental health patients and related offenses

    Section 787.025, F.S.

    Luring or enticing a child

    Chapter 794, F.S.

    Sexual Battery and related offenses

    Former Section 796.03, F.S.

    Procuring person under 18 for prostitution

    Section 800.04, F.S.

    Lewd or lascivious offenses committed upon or in the presence of persons less than 16 years of age

    Section 810.14, F.S.


    Section 817.034, F.S.

    Florida Communication Fraud Act
    (Scheme to Defraud or Organized Fraud, as used in Section 817.034(d), F.S.)

    Section 825.1025, F.S.

    Lewd or lascivious offense upon or in the presence of an elderly person or disabled person

    Section 827.071, F.S.

    Sexual performance by a child

    Chapter 839, F.S.

    Offenses By Public Officers and Employees.

    Section 847.0133, F.S.

    Showing, selling, etc., obscene literature to minor

    Section 847.0135, F.S.

    Computer pornography

    Section 847.0145, F.S.

    Selling or buying of minors

    Section 893.135, F.S.

    Trafficking in controlled substances

    Section 916.1075, F.S.

    Sexual misconduct with mentally deficient or mentally ill defendant and related offenses

    A violation of any offense qualifies for registration as a sexual predator under Section 775.21 or for registration as a sexual offender under Section 943.0435, F.S.

If you are wondering if you qualify for expungement or sealing of your records, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Our criminal defense lawyers have over 100 years of experience successfully handling these types of cases.

If you or your loved one find themselves in need of an expungement, call us at 407-930-8912 to speak with a qualified legal professional or fill out the contact form on this page. We’re available 24/7, we offer free initial consultation and payment plans. In addition to our Orlando location, we have offices in the following cities across the state of Florida:

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