DUI (Driving under the influence) Expungement
DUI (Driving under the influence) convictions have major ramifications and some can linger for years. Most of us are aware of the short-term consequences, including temporary driver’s license suspension, fees and fines, high insurance premiums, court-mandated community service, participation in drunk driving education programs, and even jail time.
Unfortunately, the long-term shock waves from a DUI can cause the greatest pain. Even after you pay your fines and fulfill your legal obligations, your DUI conviction can still undermine your future opportunities and haunt your life for years. Learning how you might be affected by a DUI is an important first step for protecting yourself, your family, and your future. Record expungement vary from country to country and state to state. Some countries don’t allow it at all for convictions only for arrests that did not result in a conviction. While others may allow expungements, but only under certain conditions.
Consequence of a DUI record
Having a (DUI) Driving under the influence conviction on your record can have negative consequences in many areas of your life long after you have completed your sentence and probation requirements.
Below are a list of setback a (DUI) record can instigate.
getting a job,
purchasing a Fire arm,
Obtaining a student loan,
securing a rental on an apartment
higher insurance premiums.
Facts about DUI’s
The legal limit for driving under the influence of alcohol is 0.08.
The legal limit may vary according to country and state example In Utah, (the legal BAC limit is 0.05)
The legal limit for Commercial drivers is indicated at 0.04.
In 2004, about 1.4 million drivers were arrested for DUIs related to alcohol or other drugs
The level of your blood alcohol content and the level of impairment you may experience on an individual level, may be as a result of your weight, body fat percentage, hydration, digestion, and your body alcohol chemistry
Every driver convicted of a DUI will have their license suspended;
minor DUI offenses will result in probation
If you are convicted of driving while intoxicated, part of your sentence will definitely include paying a fine.
How we can help
Regardless of the type of record you may have you should clean it up as much as possible we can offer the need assistance resulting into solutions. We can initiate a No-Disclosure whereby your criminal record is sealed from private agencies (like a potential employer) who may want to conduct a background check on you.
Note: This option is only available to first-time DUI offenders (second- or third-time offenders do not qualify).
If you have multiple DUI’s and currently looking to expunge your records, we will be obliged to help you through your journey schedule an appointment for alternative expungement offers.