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Old 05-08-2012, 01:00 PM   #1
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Clearing up driver's abstract/driving record

i received 2 speeding tickets 2 years ago and i went to get my driver's abstract and it still shows up there..is there any steps i could take to clear up my record?
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i received 2 speeding tickets 2 years ago and i went to get my driver's abstract and it still shows up there..is there any steps i could take to clear up my record?

This should do the job
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Do dui's go away after 5 years? Or are they there forever?
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I think a dui is a criminal conviction, and stays forever.

Dont quote me on that though
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i think unless your heading to court its not a criminal conviction because the police officer needs to recommend criminal charges for dui no?

otherwise it should just be a conviction under the motor vehicle act.
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dui is a criminal charge? i think they should charge people for dui. but not label them as a criminal if they never killed anyone in their lifes....
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lol you have to do a photocopy after the white out.. otherwise its obvious...


but officially, you have to wait 5 years.
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I wish traffic convictions would stay on a driver's abstract for more than 5 years.
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I wish traffic convictions would stay on a driver's abstract for more than 5 years.
was it difficult for you to find a job after that??
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Old 05-10-2012, 06:53 PM   #13
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thats why kids don't drink and drive... if anyone gets a DUI charge, it shouyld stay for 5 years for sure. Then a person will learn that it was wrong to do and should never do it again.

Sure you didn't kill someone YET, but it could've happened and then what? the 5 years would be worth someone's life?
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