How long does a DUI stay on a record in Arizona?

Answer In the state of Arizona, a DUI is treated just like any other criminal offense and will therefore remain on an individual's record until the age of 99. In addition, a DUI conviction will earn the o... Read More »

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How many points does insurance count for suspended drivers license and how long does it stay on record with insurance company in Arizona?

A suspension of the drivers license will be visible for 5 years on your driving record and doesn't show up as any points.

How long does a DUI stay on a DMV record?

Although it varies from state to state, a DUI typically stays on your riving record at the DMV for at least 10 years. States such as Michigan and California keep the 10 year records; however, your ... Read More »

How long does a felony stay on a record?

A felony will stay on your record until it is formally expunged. To have a felony conviction removed from your record, you must petition the state where the crime was prosecuted.Source:Felony Guide

How long does a DUI conviction stay on record?

A DUI conviction remains on your driving record for varying lengths of time--up to 10 years for a first offense in most states. In other states, it remains on your record permanently. A DUI convict... Read More »