Is it possible? I was convicted of CVC 23140(a) and am planning to expunge it once I complete the probation. However, it is an infraction, and some websites say that infractions cannot be expunged. At the same time, it is "wet reckless," so... some websites say it can. Which one is right?I committed this crime when I was 20... so I cannot seal it. I am aware of that. New CA law says that some infractions can be expunged, but those that are related to vehicular offenses still can't. This is why I am confused: 23140 is an infraction and is a vehicular offense. This means that without doubts, I can't expunge it but have to live with it for 10 years. This is actually a nonsense: 23140 is a baby DUI compared to a full fledged one and it's better to commit the latter one since at least you get to expunge it... Or am I thinking incorrectly?
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