If you have been convicted of a DUI charge you’re not allowed to ever have that expunged and that’s because of the mandatory requirement of adjudication of guilt. If you’ve ever been adjudicated of a crime you’re never allowed to have your record expunged or sealed.
That’s why it’s important to have an attorney who emphasizes their practice on DUI to help negotiate or force the State to a lower charge such as a reckless driving.
If we’re able to get you a reckless driving you can get what’s called a ‘withhold of adjudication’ which down the road will allow you to seal your record and eventually have it expunged. But if you are convicted of an actual DUI you’re not going to be eligible for any kind of expungement or sealment.