DUI and “Wet Reckless”
Below is some helpful information about how expungements work.
- Completed Probation
- Paid All Fines and Restitution
- Sentence Did Not Require Serving Prison Time
- Not Be Facing Any Other Charges or Serving Any Other Sentence
Expunging a DUI or Wet Reckless conviction is achieved much like a regular criminal expungement.
If you have completed probation, and have paid all court fines and restitution, you can request an expungement once probation naturally ends. If your DUI was charged as a felony, we can make a motion to Reduce Your Felony to a Misdemeanor before submitting a petition to expunge.
Keep in mind also that Reducing Your Felony to a Misdemeanor is extremely important if you ever want to Restore Your California Gun Rights once you have completed the terms of your sentence.
A good attorney who knows how to make the right argument to expunge felonies will be key if you want success.
What if I am Still on Probation?
Do I Need an Attorney for This?
Because we work fast, and because we are good at what we do, we have the luxury of charging our clients less than what other law firms charge. This is an immediate benefit to you. Plus, as our client, you will have 24/7 online access to your own personal, secure, and confidential account where you can track the progress of your case and have complete access to your paperwork.
Setting up a FREE consultation is quick, and we can start working for you right away. Fill out the form and someone from our office will contact you. You may also call us at 619-649-2424 if you have any questions.
We care for you, and we’re on your side to get you the relief you need.
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Our Expungement Service Includes:
- Motion Drafting
- Motion Filing
- Process Serving
- Prepared Judge Order
Starting at $299
Scott Hullinger, Esq.
Criminal and Civil Attorney