I’ve never been in trouble before. I crashed my car in Osceola country in 2014 and admitted to the officer that I had a few drinks and there was video of me saying so even though I blew under the legal limit. The misdemeanor hasn’t affected me but I’m looking to advance my career now and having that on my record is embarrassing
In short, yes, but I need more facts. Were you adjudicated or was adjudication withheld? Or was it dismissed outright? Do you have any criminal history?
These are very important questions that an experienced attorney would need to know in order to take the appropriate route to get this "off your record." Definitely take the time to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Happy to help.
If you were not convicted you can seal the case. However, it will still be reflected on your driving record.
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