When is the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Not Required to Issue You a Certificate of Eligibility?

          In the case of A.J.M. v. Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the issue was whether the Florida Department of Law Enforcement had to issue a certificate of eligibility to seal a criminal-history record where the charge to be sealed was resolved without an adjudication of guilt, but where remaining charges stemming from the original arrest were still pending.  An article I posted on my website, Florida Criminal Records:  Frequently Asked Questions, looks at how this issue was ultimately decided by a Florida court.

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