How long does a misdemeanor DUI stay on a criminal record in Oregon?

Answer In Oregon, any DUI misdemeanor or felony conviction goes on a person's record. The conviction is never expunged from that person's record. Oregon does not follow a point system, and even a DUI div... Read More »

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How long does a misdemeanor stay on a criminal record in Michigan?

Michigan law requires fingerprint and arrest records for all offenses, including misdemeanor, if the crime is punishable by more than 92 days. These will show up in a record check in the local area... Read More »

How long does a wisconsin dui stay on your record?

If you are convicted of DUI in Wisconsin after January 1, 1989, the DUI will stay on your driving record for your lifetime. Second-offense DUI is counted in a 10-year period, but third and fourth o... Read More »

How long does a DUI stay on your record in Montana?

According to the Montana Department of Justice, convictions for Driving Under the Influence become a permanent part of your record. However, the points, which typically affect insurance rates, rema... Read More »

How long does a MIP stay on your criminal record?

A person under the age of 21 with possession of an alcoholic beverage can be charged as a MIP (Minor in Possession). Once you've been convicted of being a MIP, the charge will stay on your criminal... Read More »