How long does a wisconsin dui stay on your record?

Answer 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 »

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How long do delinquent taxes stay on record in Wisconsin?

In Wisconsin, the statute of limitations on delinquent taxes is four years, unless income is under-reported by more than 75 percent, in which case it is six years. At the point that collection is r... Read More »

How long will a DUI stay on your record?

Typically, DUIs remain on your record for three to seven years but the length of time that a DUI stays on your driving and criminal record is up to the state where you are cited. For example, DUI o... Read More »

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 DUI stay on your record in Kansas?

DUI offenses in Kansas can remain on a driver's record indefinitely. However, first-time offenders can have DUI charges removed if they successfully complete a program called diversion. If such a d... Read More »