How long will a DUI stay on your record?

Answer 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 »

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How long will my DUI stay on my record in Texas?

DWI charges remain on a driving record in Texas for life. A conviction for a DWI is a criminal conviction and is never removed, even if probation is granted to the convicted driver.Source:Dallas Cr... Read More »

How long do tickets stay on your record?

Generally, moving violations including speeding tickets and accidents remain on your record for three to five years. Drunk or reckless driving, driving with a suspended license, hit and run and ot... Read More »

How long do felonies stay on your record?

Although many cities and states differ, it is reasonable to say that felonies will stay on a person's record for life or until expunged by petitioning the court where the felony was prosecuted.Sour... 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 »