If you have received a DUI conviction, it can have long-lasting consequences even after you have fulfilled the penalties imposed. It can tarnish your driving record and wreck havoc on other parts of your life. You might have a difficult time finding sufficient employment as well as have to pay higher than normal auto insurance premiums. A business or agency that requires a background check including banks, colleges, and employers will have access to your criminal record and will be able to see that DUI conviction.

If you have repeat DUI convictions, this can be even more problematic for your situation. In this instance, it would be an important next step for you to contact an experienced DUI lawyer who has experience with DUI expungements in the Colorado Springs and Denver areas. Our law firm has the knowledge and the tools necessary to assist you with your case but you have to act fast – as soon as you are arrested is the optimal time. The DUI expungement process is very complicated and the options available to you under Colorado law are very slim but we can help you but only if you help us first.

How To Expunge My DUI

Many individuals who have been convicted of a DUI want to know who they can get the conviction removed or expunged from their criminal record. In Colorado, the offenses that can be expunged are limited, mainly to juvenile records, and while there is a possibility that a DUI can be expunged, it is only under certain circumstances that it can. For instance, if you plead guilty or were found guilty of a DUI, then there is no possibility for expungement. This statement holds true even if it was a deferred judgement. The only true way to avoid this situation is to avoid being convicted of the DUI or to have your case dismissed altogether.

This method saves you the frustration and stress of having to figure out the DUI expungement process. When these situations arise, it is best to speak with a qualified DUI attorney as soon as possible so that we can aid with your case as soon as you are arrested so that you can have a better chance of avoiding a DUI conviction. There are three ways that qualify a DUI charge for an expungement which include having the case acquitted, being arrested but not charged, or having the case dismissed altogether.

Hire An Experienced DUI Attorney To Fight Your DUI Conviction

After learning the laws of Colorado for DUI expungements, you may feel hopeless and frustrated. However, there is still an opportunity that you can have your records sealed but it does require patience. To seal both misdemeanor and felony offenses, adults must wait for a period of 10 years as well as pay a filing fee to seal the documents. This period might seem overwhelming for most and for good reason but there is a way to avoid the wait – by hiring a trustworthy, aggressive DUI lawyer as soon as you are arrested so that we can defend your rights and help you avoid the risk of a DUI conviction.

The law office of C. Robert Biondino Jr. has the experience and ability to turn the odds in your favor and to help you avoid the worst of the penalties. On the other hand, if your time has passed and your case has gone to court, depending on the circumstances, there is a way that we can still assist you. The only step that you have to take now is to give us a call and let us take a look at your situation.

The DUI Expungement at The Law Office of C. Robert Biondino Jr. serves clients in Denver and Colorado Springs areas

At our law firm, we only provide the best legal representation for our clients. Our DUI expungement attorneys in Denver and Colorado Springs will review your case and provide you with professional advice on what the best strategy is for your situation. Don’t wait to call as there are few ways to get your DUI expunged and 10 years is a long time to wait.

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