How to Get Rid of a Misdemeanor?

Answer Employers search for potential employees with no criminal history. Professional associations, such as state bar associations, seek members who have not been convicted of crimes. Employers and profe... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Get Rid of a Misdemeanor

Is a DUI a misdemeanor in Georgia?

The first three convictions under the Georgia DUI Law are considered misdemeanors, although each conviction carries increased fines and penalties. A fourth conviction carries a felony charge and a ... Read More »

Is DUI a misdemeanor in Michigan?

Michigan DUI law states that the first two drunk driving convictions incurred by a person will carry with it a misdemeanor charge. The third drunk driving conviction will carry with it a felony cha... Read More »

Is DUI a misdemeanor in Arizona?

DUI charges in Arizona are generally criminal misdemeanor offenses, but an aggravated DUI charge is a felony. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, aggravated DUI charges include dr... Read More »

Is reckless driving a misdemeanor?

Reckless driving is classified as a misdemeanor crime. People charged with reckless driving can sometimes avoid a misdemeanor by entering into a plea bargain and admitting guilt for a lesser drivin... Read More »