No. You cannot expunge a conviction.
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While the legislature has started to ease up on certain types of please or convictions after a certain number of years have passed, DUI convictions currently cannot be sealed in Colorado under ant circumstances.
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No. First of all the only people are eligible to request an expungements, under the right circumstances are juveniles. Secondly, adults can sometimes request that a criminal record be sealed, again under the right circumstances. Unfortunately, when a person is convicted of a crime whether or not is was the original charge they cannot have their criminal record sealed.
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