If you are seeking to expunge your operating while intoxicated (OWI or DUI) conviction, you may hope to have the conviction removed from your driving record as well. In fact, if your OWI/DUI is expunged from your traffic conviction record, then the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will also expunge the record of your OWI/DUI from public access on your driving record. This can help you when obtaining a job or decent car insurance rates.
Other misdemeanor and felony conviction expungements will not impact your driving record. If you have an existing or pending driver’s license suspension, expungement will not set aside that suspension.
You may seek specialized driving privileges if you are facing a driver’s license suspension. Call Hall-Justice Law Firm today to find out more about protecting your driver’s license.