- Monday, 10 March 2014 05:51
Do any of the following categories apply to you after being charged with a crime? You…
- Were found not guilty
- Had your case dismissed
- Entered into a first offender type plea
- Were under 21 at the time of the charge
If any of the classifications above pertain to your case, you’ll want to talk to Georgia DUI attorney Mickey Roberts about the new Georgia “Restriction” Law. The law was formerly known as expungment
, a process whereby a person’s criminal arrest is deleted. In most States expungment is not available for a DUI arrest; however, involving an experienced attorney can make all of the difference in finding success from your case.
The new Georgia “Restriction” Law enables you to, under certain circumstances, go back and have your arrest restricted from public access or corrected if it is showing an incorrect disposition. You may also be able to get court and jail records sealed.
Recently, I have been able to get a 2002 DUI arrest record
restricted from public access, diminishing the possibility of the past creeping into your present and getting in the way of your opportunities. Additionally, I had a record corrected, enabling my client to either obtain the record or have it restricted, allowing them to at least be able to show employers that the underlying DUI in the case was dismissed.
Don’t let your DUI obstruct your career path. Contact Mr. GA DUI
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