Washington State has strict limits for allowing a person to vacate a conviction. If you answer 'Yes' to any of the following questions in Section One then you likely are NOT eligible. You are eligible only if you have completed your sentence and meet waiting periods that begin when the sentence is complete, do not have any pending charges. Washington only allows you to vacate your most recent conviction. If you think you may be eligible please answer the following questions.
Do you have have any part of your sentence to complete for the court to discharge you, including restitution/legal financial obligations and successful completion of any treatment ordered?
Was the offense RCW 46.61.502 (driving while under the influence), 46.61.504 (actual physical control while under the influence), or 9.91.020 (operating a railroad, etc. while under the influence)?
You must meet the below waiting periods for the type of conviction you received.
Were you convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor? If you are unsure of the class, please call the court where you were convicted.
Have you met the waiting periods below from discharge of court supervision including completion of the terms and conditions of the sentence, restitution/legal financial obligations, and successful completion of any treatment ordered without a criminal conviction?
Have you met the waiting period below from discharge of court supervision without a criminal conviction?
If you answered 'No' to all the questions in Section One and have met the waiting periods that apply to you in Section Two then you may be eligible to have your conviction vacated. Please call my office to make an appointment to get the process started. www.klepslawoffice.com