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How long will a DWI arrest stay on my record, and will it affect my automobile insurance rates?

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How long will a DWI arrest stay on my record, and will it affect my automobile insurance rates?

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If a person receives a final conviction for DWI, it will always remain on her record. Our expunction law does, however, allow for the destruction of arrest records if a number of very specific conditions are met. Unfortunately, the records relating to a driver’s license suspension or revocation are not subject to expunction, even though the arrest records may be expunged. In reference to insurance rates, a DWI conviction could easily result in considerably higher insurance costs for many years. Attorney note: A case that has been dismissed is eligible for expunction after the statute of limitations has expired.

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