A frequent question asked by many people who have been charged drunk driving in Rhode Island is whether they can have the charge expunged. While Rhode Island has some of the most liberal expungement laws in the Country, not every criminal case can be expunged. The quickest way to determine if you can have your Rhode Island DUI case can be expunged is to speak with an experienced RI DUI Expungment Lawyer. To get a prompt evaluation regarding your Rhode Island DUI Expungement question, fill out the contact form on the left hand column of our website (please include your full name, date of birth, and contact phone number):
- If the DUI Charge was Dismissed, it can be expunged immediately (as long as you have no felony convictions - conviction requires a jail sentence, suspended jail sentence, or a fine)
- If you were convicted of the DUI Charge, it can be expunged five years from the date of the conviction (as long as you were not sentenced to probation AND you have no other convictions, misdemeanor or felony)
- If you were convicted of the DUI Charge AND you received probation, it can be expunged five years from the date your probation ended (as long as you have no other convictions, misdemeanor or felony)
Read what a former expungement client had to say about The Law Offices of Matthew T. Marin, Esquire, Inc.:
There are no comments for this post. Be the first and Add your Comment below.
Leave a Comment