Expungement of Underage Drinking/Drugs and Driving
Underage Drinking/Drugs and Driving is a unique charge because it only applies to people who are under 21 at the time of the initial police contact. It is the only conviction for an alcohol or drug related traffic offense that can be sealed or expunged. The record sealing attorneys at Schwartz and Waible can help you expunge a conviction for underage drinking/drugs and driving if you are now over 21 years old; the court action regarding the offense is concluded; you were not convicted of any other alcohol or drug related driving offense before you turned 21; and all of the Court obligations related to the conviction have been successfully completed. In addition, to be eligible to have your conviction for underage drinking/drugs and driving expunged, the law requires that you were not driving a commercial vehicle at the time of the initial police contact that resulted in the conviction and you have never held a commercial driver’s license.