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Law Office of Raphael M. Scheetz
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DUI expungement. What is expungement?
Expungement is the process used by a judge or the court to destroy or seal a criminal conviction. It is important to note that it is not the same thing as a pardon; an expungement does not forgive the crime. Instead, expunging a conviction essentially removes the crime from your criminal record. The process is regulated by state law and thus can vary from place to place.
Can I expunge my DUI?
A DUI can potentially be expunged in Iowa if you received a deferred judgment, fulfilled the requirements of probation and paid any money owed. However, even if you were able to expunge your DUI, you will likely never be able to make it completely disappear. Expungements apply only to your criminal record. Public records, which include information from the press; Google; social media; public police records; etc, will not be impacted by a court’s order of expungement. Furthermore, the Department of Motor Vehicles operates separate of the court. Thus, an expungement will not clear your driving record. In Iowa, DUIs remain on a drivers record for 12 years. #drunkdriving #law #attorney #lawfirm #justice #needalawyer #scheetzlaw #iowa #lawenforcements #knowthelaw
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The lawyer will be helping you solve your problems, so the first qualification is that you must feel comfortable enough to tell him or her, honestly and completely, all the facts necessary to resolve your problem. No one you listen to and nothing you read will be able to guarantee that a particular lawyer will be the best for you; you must judge that for yourself. ABA #lawyer #needalawyer #scheetzlaw #immigration #criminal #defense #attorneylife #instalawyer #legallife #scheetzlaw #iowa #court #choices #makingtherightchoice #needalawyer #law
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Talking about how immigration law works right now, and how Donald J. Trump's policy proposals would fit in. Immigration policy - its not all black and white
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Watch Ray discuss Immigration questions in Ethical Perspectives on the News
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