The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office hosted a workshop about expungement and record sealing at the Gandara Center in Holyoke, Massachusetts. According to its website, the center helps promote “the well-being of Hispanics, African Americans, and other culturally diverse populations through innovative culturally competent behavioral health, prevention, and education services.” By providing these workshops, the […]

One of the biggest concerns for my clients is the impact a DUI conviction will have on their criminal record. Fortunately for my clients and anyone else convicted of a California DUI, California Penal Code section 1203.4 allows a person to have their conviction “expunged.”

A California driving under the influence charge is generally charged as a misdemeanor. However, if you have three priorable DUI convictions within the last 10 years or you have a prior felony conviction within the last 10 years, your current DUI charge may be charged as a felony.