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DUI Records

DUI records are documented and filed by the state and county courts where the traffic violation occurred. It’s federal law that the courts properly preserve and maintain these records for long periods of time. Furthermore, they are directed to release such records if anyone requests them -- though there are rules and regulations in place to protect you from discrimination.

Although this will protect you during the employment process, insurance claims, and even lending opportunities, it won’t stop any of your friends, family members, or people you meet online from doing their own “background check.”

They will be able to view your DUI records online without your consent and without you being notified. This can be frightening for those with DUI records they’ve been working so desperately to hide as they attempt to forget those rough times.

If you’re concerned about what information might be out there with your name on it, or if you’re interested in running a little “background check” on one of your family members or friends, you can do so right here on this website. If you’ve ever searched anything on Google, it’s just as easy to uncover someone’s DUI records -- among a variety of other records available online.

Traditional methods would require you to either track down the county clerk’s database online or in-person to request the specific case files on a person. This could be difficult considering some people might have DUI records and other criminal records located in multiple counties around the United States.

Technology today allows users to bring all the information collected via countless federal, state, city, county, and local court databases -- as well as other sources available online -- into one, easy-to-read report. This will make the entire process that much easier for you, though there’s a possibility you reveal more than you originally intended.

What is a DUI?

Driving under the influence, commonly referred to as DUI, refers to being under the influence of drugs or alcohol while driving. It is a serious offense that isn’t taken very lightly, especially since DUI cases can often lead to injury or death. Having DUI records in your name can have an affect on your insurance rates, the status of your license, and even your driver points.

When charged with a DUI, you will be arrested by the police and will face a court trial to determine your punishment or penalty. For the most part, a first-time DUI offense will lead to a misdemeanor. This charge can be lifted to a felony in cases where injury is involved, a much higher BAC level is recorded, or when other laws are broken in conjunction with the DUI.

DUI records display serious crimes that can affect your reputation as a driver. Since this information can be found by anyone, you’ll want to make sure the information out there is correct and up-to-date so people don’t get the wrong idea about you or the situations you’ve been in.

Are DUI Records Included in Background Checks?

DUI records will be included in background checks for the most part, but that can be changed if a criminal background check isn’t requested. Official criminal background checks aren’t handed out to anyone, so people will need special access and your consent to view them.

If you have DUI records on your background check, it’s not the end of the world. Most states require DUI records to be removed from background checks 7 years after the conviction is filed. Some states wait 10 years before removing them. They do this to ensure those actively seeking a second chance are given one eventually.

Can the Public View My DUI Records?

Although criminal background checks aren’t viewed by anyone, public records can be and they will contain DUI records -- among a variety of other records available in court databases. Since DUI records always involve a court trial, those documents related to your case are filed by the actual court.

It’s a much easier process than you’d imagine and you can learn how to conduct a public records search yourself further below.