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In Florida, if a person is arrested twice(once at age 26 and another at 28) for DUI arrests, spent a night in the cell both times, paid a bail amount, got out, does that stay on his record? No one was injured when he was caught driving both times
When applying for employment, most forms ask have you been convicted of first degree demeanor?
1. Should such a person answer No, since DUI arrests are more than a year old(he is now 30), bail was paid both times, he can still drive(his driving license is valid)?
2. If he has to answer yes, can he get the DUI off his record by doing community service, taking a driving class or any other way?
3. If a background check is done, can employers find out about the two DUI arrests or are they like parking tickets(removed after fine is paid)?
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