Can I get a conviction “dismissed?”
Yes! If you are convicted of a DUI or a DUI related charge, you can dismiss your conviction! The dismissal process involves a judge withdrawing your guilty or no contest (nolo contendere) plea and then entering a not guilty plea. The judge would then set aside and dismiss your conviction. You’re your conviction is dismissed, you are no longer considered convicted of the offense. Your record will be changed to show a dismissal rather than a conviction.
Here’s great news: under most circumstances, private employers cannot ask you about any convictions dismissed under law. So when applying for a job in the private sector, you generally do not have to disclose a conviction if it was dismissed or expunged. Current law prohibits an employer from asking about a dismissed conviction.
More great news: dismissing a conviction typically takes approximately only one to two months!
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