How Long Does a DUI Stay on your Record? | Seattle DUI Attorney



DUI Expungement or Motion to Vacate

Unfortunately, a DUI conviction can never be removed from your criminal history and it will be on there forever. It will remain on your driving record for about ten years in terms of how insurance companies can see it. That’s one of the reasons you need important and effective criminal defense up front because there are many reductions you can obtain to DUI charges.

For example, in the case of reckless driving or negligent driving, if you are able to get a DUI reduced you can eventually remove a reduction from a DUI from your criminal history. However, you can never remove the DUI itself. Here at Callahan Law, what we do is we try and help fight for people to get these reductions, put them into a position where they can eventually wipe the slate clean.

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How Long does a DUI Stay on your Record?
How Long does a DUI Stay on your Record?
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How Long does a DUI Stay on your Record?
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