Having a drunk driving charge on your Pennsylvania criminal record can result in harsh consequences. Unfortunately, the state will not automatically remove the charge after a certain number of years. If this was your first offense, however, you may be able to expunge (clear) your record by petitioning the courts for Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) following successful completion of the terms of your sentence.
If you have paid your fines, finished your required community service, successfully completed an alcohol evaluation course and met all other terms of your sentence and probation, you may qualify to have your summaries and charges withdrawn from your record.
The requirements for expunging a criminal record are strict and highly specific to each case. Call Bellwoar Kelly, LLP to schedule a consultation to learn more about the DUI arrest ARD program available in your county. We will provide an honest evaluation of your case and will not accept your retainer if we are not confident we can help you clear your record.
Pennsylvania DWI Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Lawyers
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