DUI Expungement in Michigan Now Possible, Thanks to New Law
Thanks to new bipartisan legislation, DUI expungement in Michigan is now possible. This article covers how to get a DUI expunged in Michigan.
On August 23, 2021,Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed House Bills 4219 and 4220, which will allow an estimated 200,000 people with one (1) drunk driving conviction to seek to eliminate it from their criminal record.
Below, we outline everything you need to know so that you can expunge your DUI conviction as soon as possible.
The latest bills now include guidance for judges. They can consider whether you’ve benefited from rehabilitative/educational programs, had criminal convictions since your DUI conviction, and much more.
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A DUI conviction changes your life forever. Loss of employment, your driver's license, and your weapons for starters. A DUI also can never be expunged, meaning you'll always have a criminal record if convicted. Now is the wrong time to price shop attorneys. Learn why we're your best chance of getting your desired outcome.