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What is the statute of limitations on DUI staying on your driving record in MN?

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2014-11-22 23:44:47
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The remainder of your life. It is a criminal violation and does not go away.

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If you were issued a ticket, there is no statute of limitations. It can stay on your record forever.


In what respect? If a ticket was issued there is no statute of limitations. How long does it remain on your record? Some states never remove them.


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