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If you have been convicted of a felony offense in Florida, you may have lost over 1,100 rights. We want to help you get back as many of these as possible, including:

  • Holding professional licenses
  • Owning/possessing firearms
  • Running for public office

Other forms of clemency include full pardon, commutation of a sentence, and remission of fines and forfeiture.

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Mugshot Removal

If you have been arrested in the past decade, it is likely your mugshot will show up in a Google or other web search result.

These predatory, for-profit websites use your likeness for their own financial gain. They don't care if you are innocent or if they're destroying your employment prospects. All they care about is money.

In 2021, Florida passed a law that allows you to remove your photograph from these websites. It doesn't matter if you were found guilty or not guilty... anyone can get their picture taken down. We can help.

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We can help you deal with whatever is thrown your way. Florida Justice Center is the support network you need to succeed in supervision. Our team of lawyers is ready and willing to work with you to address any barriers to success that you are having while on probation.

Some of the services we assist with include early termination of probation, modification of terms of supervision, travel permits, preparation for parole hearings, and termination of pre-trial intervention or diversion programs.

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Sealing and Expungement

Florida Justice Center wants you to get a fresh start by eliminating a huge barrier to your employment, housing, and income: your arrest record. Our attorneys will research your eligibility under the law and, if you qualify, we will complete the paperwork on your behalf and represent you in court.

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Voting Rights

Florida Justice Center is the only nonprofit voter registration organization in the state qualified under current administrative rules to provide advice and guidance regarding an individual’s ability to register and vote. All clients are evaluated by a staff attorney to provide the most complete and accurate advice available.