DUI expungement, sometimes called ‘expunction,’
is a legal process that ensures your criminal or DUI records cannot be viewed by anyone but a representative of the courts.
This is commonly referred to as having your records ‘sealed,’ because they do still exist in the record-keeping system of the courts, but are inaccessible to most records-search companies and general individuals.
Your attorney may also refer to this procedure as ‘setting aside’ your criminal conviction. The process varies between states and counties according to a wide variety of criteria.
The point to having your records sealed is that you do not need to disclose your DUI arrest or conviction. A criminal record of any kind often holds a stigma, and you may be treated differently than those without a record. Contact an experienced DUI lawyer to protect your freedom today.
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