Can an Ohio DUI/ OVI Conviction be expunged from my record?

Can an Ohio DUI or OVI conviction be expunged from my record?

In October 2018, Ohio passed new laws allowing for the sealing of multiple criminal records for eligible offenders.

Currently, you cannot expunge an Ohio OVI or DUI conviction under Ohio law. The law that passed in October 2018 excludes minor misdemeanor offenses, traffic violations, and OVI charges.

Everybody makes mistakes at some point in their life. Whenever these mistakes involve an Ohio OVI conviction, the implications can alter the course of an individual’s future. Whether or not the person is actually guilty, an Ohio DUI charge doesn’t have to be the end of the road.

Because there is no Ohio DUI / OVI conviction, your alternatives to protect your future are gone. You may believe there’s little that you can do, particularly if you have submitted to a breath, blood, or urine test or performed poorly during a field sobriety test. Even if your results are over the.08 Ohio legal limit, I can still help you avoid an OVI conviction. Due to the complexity of Ohio OVI cases, it is always in your best interest to contact a skilled local DUI attorney.

If you have been arrested and charged with an OVI/DUI in the state of Ohio, contact The Ohio DUI Guy at Quinn Legal Associates, Inc. (440) 516-3800 for a free case review to discuss all of the available options to fight your OVI charge. If you can’t come to us, we will come to you!

Similar Posts