More information is needed to properly answer your question.
Was the case dismissed or did you win your case at trial?
Were you placed on probation?
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You could seek to have the convictions expunged or vacated through post-conviction relief. I would advise contacting a criminal defense attorney experienced in handling expungements and post-conviction relief cases.
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Ordinarily you would only have to advise an employer of felony offenses. If your DUI's were felonies, they probably cannot be expunged. Misdemeanors might be but need more information. You should gather up copies of all your court records and consult with an attorney.
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In Indiana you can not expunge a conviction. After 15 years you will be able to petition to have your criminal history sealed.
I would not hire an attorney to attempt this. The law does not allow for it.
http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/title35/ar38/ch5.pdfAsk a similar question
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