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DUI Expungement Process

Highly Experienced Fullerton DUI Expungement Lawyer

In California, those convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) have the chance to get their conviction expunged from their criminal record after completing probation. Anyone convicted will need to petition the court for an expungement that must be prepared and served in the appropriate way. This process can be quite complicated if you are not familiar with it. To make certain you are filing for expungement correctly, team up with DUI expungement Attorney Jacqueline Goodman, who has a law office in Fullerton.

The Law Offices of Jacqueline Goodman provides clients with dedicated advocacy and counsel when they need it most. Attorney Goodman has been distinguished for her skilled representation by earning a perfect 10.0 rating from Avvo and was even named a 2012 Clients' Choice lawyer for criminal defense representation in the region. When you have been arrested, turn to her and no one else to protect your rights at all costs.

Dialing (866) 294-8952 will connect you with Attorney Jacqueline Goodman for your DUI expungement case.

Are You Eligible for a DUI Expungement?

You will need to meet certain criteria to be eligible to have your offense expunged from your record.

The requirements to be eligible for DUI expungement are:

  • You should no longer be on probation.
  • All fines, fees, and any restitution ordered must be paid.
  • You must not have violated any terms of probation.
  • You must not have been convicted of another crime within one year of your DUI conviction.

Expungements for misdemeanor convictions can take anywhere from two to six weeks from the date of your application with the court. Felony convictions cannot be expunged, though. You will need to discuss strategies with Attorney Goodman to see if your felony DUI conviction can be reduced to a misdemeanor, which will introduce other criteria and can take several more weeks.

If you are granted a DUI expungement, you are legally allowed to deny you have been convicted of a crime as long as there are no other convictions present on your record. You can still be required to disclose your conviction in some situations, however, such as when completing a questionnaire for a public office. In most other settings, though, you can say ‘no’ when an inquiring party asks if you have any convictions.

Get the Answers You Need for Your Expungement Case

When you are being held back by a DUI conviction, your life will become a challenge. It can hamper your employment and education opportunities, as well as make landlords turn you down when trying to rent. To see if you can clear away your DUI conviction and how long it might take, contact the Law Offices of Jacqueline Goodman to begin your case with a professional Fullerton DUI expungement lawyer.

Call (866) 294-8952 today and review your case for expungement during a free case evaluation.

Why Hire Attorney Goodman?

  • Dedicated to Criminal Defense for 20+ Years
  • Successful Trial Track Record
  • Certified Criminal Law Specialist
  • Named on the Wall of Recognition at the National Constitution Center
  • Rated 10.0 Superb on Avvo
  • Admitted to Argue Cases Before the United States Supreme Court

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  • “Reflecting this morning on some of the people that I have made a huge difference in my life, and just wanted to say thank you for putting your cape on and protecting me when I needed it. Wishing you ...”

    - Former Client
  • “It’s been three years to the day since you saved my life.”

    - Former Client
  • “She was very quick to respond and gave lots of ways to get in touch with her.”

    - Avvo Review
  • “There are no words to describe what it means to have a lawyer save you from your mistakes and give you a chance to change.”

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  • “Her knowledge and professionalism are what helped me get through a difficult time.”

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A Track Record of Success

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