How Long Does a DUI Stay on Your Record?

Charged with a DUI? Wondering how long does a DUI stays on your record? Watch this video by our Stillwater lawyer and then call for a free consultation.

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How long does a DUI stay on your record?

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When you’re charged and enter a plea to a DUI in Oklahoma, you’re more likely than not going to be on probation for one year if it’s your first offense. After one year, if everything is completed, all your requirements and terms and conditions of probation are finished, all your money’s paid, and all your classwork’s done, it will be dismissed and expunged from your record. That’s called the 991. What that means, it’s taken off of OSCN.net, which is the Oklahoma Supreme Courts Network, and people can’t search your name and see your name on the public information.How Long Does a DUI Stay on Your Record?A year after you’ve been dismissed and expunged from the Oklahoma State Supreme Court Network, you can file what they call a Section 18 and 19, the sealing your record on the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation’s record. That means your plea and your dismissal is sealed so no one can see it. If it’s your first offense, it will be off your public record in a year after you enter a plea, and off of the OSBI record after one year after it’s been removed from the public record.


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