Can I have my drunk driving conviction expunged in Michigan?
No. The statute governing expungement in Michigan specifically precludes a person from even seeking to have a conviction for a "traffic offense" (including drunk driving) set aside. The statute also precludes a Judge from setting aside such a conviction.
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