DUI & Employment Background Checks
Be Prepared with DUI Attorney’s Help
DUI convictions are not only a blow to your driving privileges, but they can also affect other areas of your life as well. For a driving under the influence conviction in California, you could also find it harder to find a job if your potential employer conducts a background check that reveals the conviction. If you are worried a DUI could be holding you back, or you are facing DUI charges currently, seek the legal guidance and representation of an attorney right away.
The Law Offices of Jacqueline Goodman has been around for more than 20 years, providing intelligent, focused criminal defense services to people all the while. Attorney Jacqueline Goodman has earned a perfect 10.0 “Superb” rating from Avvo, which reflects both her skills and her commitment to client satisfaction. When your future is cloudy because of a DUI conviction, clear things up with her unmatched guidance and legal insight.
Call (866) 294-8952 now to learn more about dealing with a DUI conviction and employment background checks.
Don't Let a DUI Ruin Your Life
California employers can ask potential employees about DUI convictions, but not arrests. If an employer asks about criminal convictions, you are required to mention any DUI conviction within the last 10 years.
Employers can conduct backgrounds checks that glean information from:
- Driving records
- Court records
- Vehicle registration
- Interviews with previous neighbors or employers
With the help of your attorney, you may be able to obtain a certificate of rehabilitation from court that states you are rehabilitated and no longer in danger of committing further DUIs. You must meet certain residency criteria and fulfill the terms of your DUI probation and receive a dismissal or expungement before being granted a certificate. Attorney Goodman can explain the expectations to you, helping ensure that you are on the right track to getting the certificate of rehabilitation, so your DUI conviction can stop being such a large burden on your life.
Fight for Your Future with Attorney Goodman’s Help
It is best to tell the truth during an interview. While employers may overlook a DUI offense if you admit it, being caught in a lie will almost always remove an applicant from any job consideration. To be able to tell the truth without feeling embarrassed, work with The Law Offices of Jacqueline Goodman in Fullerton to clear your record with an expungement or certification of rehabilitation.
Discuss your DUI record and what to do about it with a professional attorney. Call (866) 294-8952.