Will a Virginia Reckless Driving Conviction Eventually Come Off My Record?

A conviction for reckless driving will eventually come off of your Virginia DMV record after 11 years.  However, it will NEVER be removed from your permanent criminal record (NCIC - National Crime Information Center) with the FBI, state police, and local law enforcement.  In Virginia, a criminal conviction is for life.  You cannot seal, expunge, or otherwise remove a criminal conviction from your criminal record.  Speak with a Fairfax, Virginia Reckless Driving Defense Lawyer to ensure that your are properly protected.    A Fairfax, Virginia Reckless Driving Attorney can help you avoid a criminal conviction.

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