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Florida provides both expungement and record sealing to individuals who want to remove their records from public views. If you received deferred adjudication, were found innocent at trial, or charges were dropped before trial, you may be eligible to have your record sealed or expunged. If you pled guilty or were convicted of a misdemeanor or felony, and the court did not withhold adjudication, then you are not eligible for expungement or record sealing.
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Dade - Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court
Dade County Clerk of Courts, 1351 NW 12th Street, Suite 9000, Miami, FL 33125
Third District Court of Appeal
Third District Court of Appeal , 2001 S.W. 117 Ave. , Miami, Florida 33175
District Attorney: Katherine Fernandez Rundle
Miami-Dade is a county in Southern Florida and has the highest population in the state. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, over 2,496,435 people are residents. Miami is the county seat and also has the highest population of 413,892 people. Based on data obtained from Miami-Dade’s official website, the county encompasses over 2,000 square miles. One-third of which is part of the Everglades National Park.
Miami-Dade is known as the “Cruise Ship Capital of the World,” servicing over 4 million passengers in 2010. In addition, the Miami International Airport is the second largest airport in the U.S. for international passengers and the largest for international freight. Miami itself is comprised of 70% Hispanic or Latinos, and 49.7% of the county’s population is foreign-born. According to city-data.com, Miami has a high per capita crime rate. In the year 2000, the crime rate per capita was 953.9 per 100,000 and by 2011 it was reduced to 613. The average for the entire U.S. is 304.8 per 100,000.
Katherine Fernandez Rundle serves as the State Attorney for Florida's 11th Judicial Court in Miami-Dade County. She presides over the fourth largest district attorney's office in the United States with over 1,000 employees and 300 prosecutors. Katherine attended Miami Palmetto High School, received her undergraduate degree at the University of Miami, and earned her law degree from the University of Cambridge Law School, England. Katherine served for 15 years as an Assistant State Attorney in Florida. She would later be appointed Chief Assistant and served as counsel to the Grand Jury in Dade County. During her time as Chief Assistant she was responsible for hundreds of cases involving murder and capital offenses along with several reforms in the area of juvenile justice.
Katherine was elected State Attorney in 1993 and has remained at the position consecutively, re-elected five times. Katherine's election in 1993 marked the first female Hispanic State Attorney in Florida. She was also the first and only Hispanic female to serve on the State Constitutional Revision Council. Katherine's father serves as her main influence and was the first Hispanic Judge in Miami. He also founded the Cuban American Bar Association, which is the largest legal organization of its kind. Katherine served as president of the organization in 1993.
Main Office - E.R. Graham Building 1350 N.W. 12 Avenue Miami, FL 33136-2111 (305)-547-0100
Branch Offices Joseph Caleb Center 5400 N.W. 22 Avenue Miami, FL 33142 (305)-636-2240
North Dade 15555 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL 33160 (305)-354-8725
South Dade 10710 S.W. 211 Street Miami FL 33189 (305)-234-1430
A large portion of Miami's economy is dependent on tourism. In 2003, 10.4 million people visited Miami and brought in $9.9 billion in income. Trade is a big part of Miami's economy due to it being located very close to Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2002, Miami saw $50 billion worth of merchandise come through its Customs District. Miami International Airport is the top airport in the country for international freight. Additionally, the Port of Miami brings in $8 billion in revenue for the local economy. For those seeking employment in Miami's industries, having a criminal record could prove to be extremely damaging. Only expungement can bring a remedy to those seeking careers in such fields.
Even though having your record expunged, sealed, or set aside can greatly increase your ability to find a job, other factors can benefit your job search as well. We have prepared a short video, getting employed with a criminal record, that provides such tips and advice.
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301 Clematis Street
W. Palm Beach FL 33401
We can remove criminal records from any city in Miami-Dade County, such as Hialeah, Homestead, Miami and Miami Beach.