Legal Advice for DUI Expungement — 69 results
Written by attorney Ethan Meaney, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
While a DUI conviction on your record may not exactly ruin your life, it definitely will affect you adversely for a very long time. Anything that requires a background check, like applying... more
Written by attorney Barney B. Gibbs, about 1 year ago.
If you have ever wished that you could just get that DUI off of your record, then youre in luck. Due to Californias expungement (expunction) laws, you may be able to clear or seal your... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, about 3 years ago.
Illinois law does not let a person formally clear a criminal conviction of DUI from a record. Arrested for DUI Not Convicted Illinois DUI case and DUI arrest may be expunged if a person is... more
Written by attorney James Nesci, 11 months ago.
Can DUI Conviction be Expunged in Arizona?
Mandatory jail time, fines, ignition interlocks and license loss are direct effects of a DUI. There are many indirect effects, such as increased... more
Written by attorney John VanDervoort, 3 months ago.
Knowing how long a dui Conviction or action by DMV in California is or should be one of the most important thing in deciding what to do when arrested. Actions and convictions at DMV In... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Blecher, over 1 year ago.
If you are facing a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or another controlled substance, you may be asking a common question, Is DUI a felony. This answer is not so simple,... more
Written by attorney George F. Lannom, over 1 year ago.
This guide serves to give an outline of what the Tennessee General Assembly provided in the bill they passed on Expungements in Tennessee in July of 2012. There has always been alot of... more
Written by attorney Robert Walton, almost 2 years ago.
If it has wheels, better not drive it drunk in Ohio
Source: Injury Prevention; Aug 2006, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p 252-252
In Ohio you can be charged with driving drunk in a whole lot more... more
Written by attorney Judd S Nemiro, over 1 year ago.
1. Dont answer any questions, other than name and address.
2. Dont answer questions about drinking.
3. Dont perform any roadside tests.
4. Dont agree to have your eyes tested.
5. Dont agree... more
Written by attorney Morris Wiltshire, over 2 years ago.
Key questions you need to consider when selecting a DUI lawyer to defend you or your family member.