I agree with the previous answer. Contact a DUI attorney and/or criminal defense attorney in Middlesex County. He/she should be well-versed in the steps and procedures to get this done.
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State expungement laws vary greatly by state. You should contact a licensed Massachusetts criminal defense attorney who is familiar with the state's expungement laws to determine if you are eligible for an expungement or sealing.
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