I am sorry, but even the new Georgia law in expungement does not allow those convictions to be expunged. They will be in your record forever. You may wish to speak with a lawyer who handles pardons.
I agree with Mr. Proctor about not being able to expunge either case. As to your question about a pardon, you have to apply with the governor's office, and very few are granted.
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Nope. DUI's don't get expunged.
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If you were convicted, or plead, to anything at all (the DUI, a reduced charge, the underlying offense) then you cannot expunge the arrest. Georgia has some of the harshest, if not the harshest, expungement laws in the country.
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In Virginia, I can tell you that a conviction would almost always result in no possibility for expungement. I have found a link for you to a site with Georgia Expungement information. I hope it helps. Good luck.
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