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If a past DUI charge is still on your criminal or driving record and you are ready to have it removed, you want to find a lawyer that has worked with DUI expungement cases in the past. This shouldn’t be difficult to do if you stayed out of trouble and you haven’t had any further altercations or problems with drinking and driving since the original charges. Preparing for your meeting properly can help speed up the process of your case.
For the consultation you want to bring the information from your previous DUI case. Included in this information should be your probationary details that were assigned as punishment. You need proof to show that you were assigned probation and that you completed the probation process proficiently and that are now off probation.
With the proper information already available to the lawyer the expungement shouldn’t be difficult to get accomplished through the court system. The expungement process will normally go as follows:
The process should be quick and simple, if you followed all the rules and terms from your sentencing, and if you can’t be at the court hearing your lawyer may be able to stand in for you. If you are nearing the end of your probation, contact an attorney so you can have the case ready to go as soon as you complete your last day.
Although this charge will come off your personal record when someone does a background check on you, you will still be required to answer yes when filling out information for the DMV or other organizations if asked if you have been convicted of a DUI or alcohol related driving charge. Also, even if the charges have been removed from your record, if you get a DUI within 10 years of the first, it will be considered your second conviction.
If you are unable to drive for your job because of the DUI charges, or if the charges are affecting your life greatly in some other way, you may try to file for an early expungement with the help of a lawyer. The lawyer will plead your case and the importance of having your license without the DUI charges, and petition for early expungement.
There are a lot of problems associated with a DUI charge, so if you’ve done the time and followed all the tasks associated with your DUI charges, it’s time to meet with a law professional to get the DUI off your record. You don’t want someone to see that you were irresponsible and got a DUI charge years ago every time they pull up your permanent record.