A person convicted of a DUI may have a consequent criminal record. However, the duration of the existence of the record will depend on the state’s expunction or non-disclosure rules. A DUI conviction may remain on a criminal record indeterminately except in states that allow it to be removed or non-disclosed.
Generally, a DUI conviction may stay on one’s driving record for a minimum of five years. However, every state has its own law and the duration may vary.
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