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Protect your future through DUI expungement in Colorado

Have you been accused of driving under the influence? If so, you may be very worried about what the potential consequences are. After all, being convicted of DUI in Colorado Springs could be very damaging to your reputation and could have implications should you later try to seek a job, apply for a loan or rent a home. This could be true even if the DUI conviction occurred months or years in the past.

When can criminal convictions be expunged?

Mistakes can happen in a moment. The consequences can last a lifetime. But sometimes Coloradoans can get a second chance, an opportunity to clean the slate and start fresh. For example, some Coloradoans convicted of a crime can have their records sealed so that they are no longer easily obtained public records. To find out under what circumstances this option is available, keep reading.

Block employers from seeing your DUI with expungement

At the moment an El Paso resident is pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, he may only be thinking as far ahead as how he will get out of an arrest. If he is released he may forget the experience and move on without any further disruption to his life. If he is arrested, he may find that his entire world is turned upside down.

How do you qualify for expungement in Colorado?

Many Colorado residents have questions about what someone has to do to qualify for expungement of records. There are certain criteria that need to be met for someone to submit the petition for expungement. Expungement is a civil action that deals with criminal records.

The basics of expunging a DUI conviction in Colorado

It is astonishingly easy to accidentally find yourself on the business end of a drunk driving conviction. Many adults find that even when they feel sober enough to drive that their blood alcohol content still reads above the legal limit. It can therefore be very difficult to know when it is safe to drive after having a drink or two, even after you have waited for a significant amount of time before getting behind the wheel.

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