Answer: That depends on what you agreed to. If the paperwork only asked if you have been convicted with a felony. Then, no…because as of the date you signed the paperwork, you were not convicted of a felony. Also, unless there was an accident causing injury, or if you have had multiple DUI’s, it will most likely be charged as a misdemeanor (which is a lessor classification of a crime than a felony). And remember, there is a difference between a “charge” and a “conviction.” If in the paperwork, you promised to notify them of any future charges or convictions, then that may be a different story. Regardless, you should speak with an experienced DUI attorney about your case. You can reach me at 818-336-1384 (818-336-1DUI) for more info or if you would like to discuss your case in further detail. I would be happy to help you out.
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