Starkville DUI Expungement Lawyer
Helping Clients Throughout Mississippi Put Their Past Behind Them
Not only does a DUI conviction in Mississippi result in serious criminal penalties, such as fines, driver’s license suspension, and even jail time, but it can also have long-term consequences. Many people who have a DUI conviction on your criminal record experience difficulties obtaining employment, finding housing, going to college, or living a normal life. Fortunately, state law gives past offenders an opportunity to have their conviction expunged.
If you are interested in expunging a DUI conviction in Norther Mississippi, look no further than Vollor Law Firm, P.A. to help you get your life back on track. With more than 25 years of experience, our criminal defense team can evaluate your record, determine if you are eligible for expungement, ensure all your paperwork is properly complete, and help you get your past DUI conviction expunged, so you can truthfully say that you have never been convicted.
DUI Expungement Laws in Mississippi
Under Mississippi law, only first-time DUI offenders qualify for expungement if they wait five (5) years after completing all the court requirements for the underlying offense. Furthermore, holding a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or a commercial learner’s permit at the time of the arrest will disqualify you from expungement.
The following are the six (6) conditions which you must meet to qualify for DUI expungement in Mississippi:
- You were not convicted of or currently charged with another DUI offense
- You are not a commercial driver
- Your blood alcohol content (BAC) was under .16 percent
- You did not refuse a post-arrest chemical test (e.g., breath test, blood test, etc.)
- You completed all the terms and conditions of your conviction
- Prove to the court your DUI conviction should be expunged by showing rehabilitation from your past mistake (i.e., finding a career, completing college, community service, etc.)
Remember, you can only seek expungement of only one (1) DUI conviction. Although records are removed from criminal databases, they will still be kept in a confidential registry in order to determine eligibility under the first-offender rule.
Ready to Get Your DUI Convicted Removed for Good
The legal process can be quite complex, involving a lot of paperwork to complete and deadlines to meet. Our legal team can ensure that you take all the necessary steps to get your DUI conviction expunged. Do not wait to start a new chapter in life with our experienced legal assistance.
Call (662) 269-6188 to speak with our Starkville DUI expungement attorney today.