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A person charged with DUI is often viewed by society as reckless and selfish. The record of the offense stays on their driving record for how long?
The length of time a DUI or any driving under the influence violation stays on your driving record will depend upon your state's laws. It can be a lifetime down to just a few years. For example in Alaska a DUI stays on your driving record forever. [ In New Hampshire the DWI record retention and DWI offense enhancement look-back period if for at least 10 years. A DUI in California will also stay
on your California driving record for 10 years. ]
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