The New Sealing Law Can Seal Both a Misdemeanor DWI and a Felony DWI
Under the new sealing statute NYS CPL section 160.59 a person living with criminal convictions can seal up to two of them. The new law allows you to seal up to two DWI convictions. This could be two separate DWI misdemeanor convictions or one misdemeanor conviction and one felony conviction.
The Sealing Applications Require Disclosure of Compliance
The Sealing Applications require that you disclose your court record and history of compliance. This is something that your Attorney should do to give you the best chance of sealing your record(s).This is because CPL 160.59 (7) allows the Judge to review any relevant and applicable information regarding your application.
If you are seeking to seal your DWI conviction call Attorney Chris Brown to start the process today at (607) 988-3131.
Attorney Christopher Brown is a former prosecutor now focusing on DWI Law, Criminal Defense, and Personal Injury cases in New York State.