The fact is that you may not be able to do this. It all depends on the exact circumstances of your situation. For one thing, were you a juvenile when this happended? Were you convicted or was there some type of diversion program involved? There are various factors to be considered. At this point, you should consult directly with a local DUI atorney; they can advise you best after hearing all of the facts of your case.
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