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10 years ago I was convicted of a DUI. The court deemed it a first offense but the DMV deemed it a second offense because 5 years prior I was convicted of a wet-reckless. I satisfied all the court requirements but not the DMV requirements. It's been almost 10 years since the last conviction, do you think I will be able to get a California Drivers License without that 18 month Drunk Driver Class and the 18 months of AA sessions that the DMV wanted me to do???

Best Answer :


your police rap sheet never disappears. sorry.

Other Answer(8) :


no it doesn't.


It is supposed to be removed from your record, but you need to get a lawyer involved to actually get it expunged.

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Not if they think they can extract more money out of you while the rest of the population gives them a standing O for doing it. I don't drink but I think this crack down on DUI's is just like Saddam's WMD program. There are less than 3000 fatal victims of DUI's not the 16,000+ figure we get from the government.


it never goes away that i know of.at least not in canada.i know someone that has several of dui and they don't go away and everytime hes been in court they throw it up at him.i wish you good luck

kathy


first of all DUI convictions never go away. if you were convicted of DUI once before and you went to court for it then it will appear on your driving record. second of all you have to full fill the dmv things because then you can't get a ca dl. here in ca we always check if some has a prior history of reckless driving duis,etc when we pull you over. so if were you is would satisfy the dmv stuff before you get a ca dl.


no


Driving drunk is putting every person in or not in a car at risk that you pass. you are very lucky you dint KILL SOMEONE. I really think you should have been charged with attempt of murder. And no it doesn't go away thank GOD.


Best advice is to ask a local attorney who does DUI defense. Most will NOT charge for a first visit.

Prior answer is correct. You should not have a problem getting in!

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