Criminal Defense Attorney Handling DUI Expungements in Dublin, Oakland,
and Throughout the State of California
Being convicted of a DUI has harsh, long-lasting consequences on your life.
In addition to having points on your license and various restrictions
regarding your driving, you may be subject to higher insurance premiums
and other painful penalties. Having a DUI in your past may also affect
family legal matters, such as child custody arrangements and spousal support,
and it can limit your ability to secure a new job or advance in your career.
At the Law Office of Ivan O.B. Morse, we may be able to help you get your
DUI conviction(s) set aside and dismissed. Your official record will have
the words “set aside and dismissed’ next to it instead of
convicted for DUI. Expungement is a complex process, and successful removal
of criminal charges and verdicts is not possible without the help of an
experienced legal professional. Allow us to come alongside you and provide
you with the reliable legal counsel, effective representation, and guidance
you need to get the results you want.
Call (888) 865-0741 today to speak to a DUI expungement lawyer in California, or
send us a message to schedule your confidential consultation.
Am I Eligible for DUI Expungement in California?
Depending on the nature of your DUI charges, you may be eligible for expungement.
Generally speaking, eligibility requirements include:
- Successful completion of probation related to DUI offense
- Convictions for DUI can still affect your driving privileges
- It may help in getting a California State License for different agencies
How Do DUI Expungements Work in California?
In order to begin the process of expungement, you need to secure legal
representation from an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area.
You and your attorney will work together to file a petition asking the
court to expunge the records associated with your DUI. Once a judge has
reviewed your petition, they will decide whether you meet the eligibility
requirements for expungement.
At this point the judge will deny your petition or grant it, in which case
a judge will allow you to withdraw your “guilty” plea and
change it to “not guilty” or simply do away with the final
verdict, effectively expunging your DUI offense.
If you are interested in pursuing expungement, allow our team of Oakland
DUI lawyers to be your advocates and advisors as you seek to escape the
painful, lasting consequences of your criminal conviction(s). We can help
you find the best possible solution and assist you in navigating the related
Connect with a member of our team today by calling