DWI Expungement

DWI Expungement Attorney in Concord

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Until recently, getting a DWI expunged from your record was not possible. This meant you would have a DWI following you around for the rest of your life. Why does this matter? Individuals with a DWI on their record may have a tough time finding a desirable job, securing housing, or even going back to school. A commercial driver would likely lose all employment opportunities.

But what if that DWI could be expunged from your record? One DWI charge does not make you an alcoholic or long-term criminal, so your record shouldn't suggest this either. People make mistakes, which is why expungement is an option for first-time offenders.

What is expungement, and do I qualify?

Expungement is basically the process that seals or erases all the records from your case. This means that once your record has been expunged, if anyone asks you whether or not you have been convicted of or arrested for a crime, you can legally answer "no."

In order to be eligible to have your DWI expunged, you must meet the following requirements:

  • A DWI conviction that is older than 15 years
  • No subsequent DWI or criminal charges
  • Submission of good moral character affidavits from references and yourself

The expungement process can be complicated, especially considering the amount of paperwork that must be sifted through. You will need to present a strong case for why your record should be expunged, making it crucial that you have an experienced Concord DWI attorney on your side.

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If you have more questions, be sure to contact The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. today. The firm can walk you through the expungement process and make sure you qualify before you pursue further action. Having a clean record is just a few simple steps away!

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