Must expunge it. Have an experienced attorney help you to make sure it is done properly.
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It's a tricky process but I've done it once where a judge allowed me to reopen a case through a motion for a new trial.
You need to contact an attorney and discuss the case with them.
Expungements don't happen automatically, typically you'd need to file a motion and follow meticulous steps to do it properly. It's best to start calling experienced DUI defense attorneys in your area to see what is required. There are many good options on this website with phone numbers listed.
Yes, you still need to have the DUI expunged. This is not something you want to attempt to do on your own. The good news is that, if as you have stated above, you meet all of the requirements, you have a reasonably good chance of success through your attorney. This is not a guarantee, and I'm sure you understand that, but your chances should be good.
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