I recently came across this article that talks about the consequences of getting an impaired driving charge.
Every day, we speak to people who have lost jobs, can’t find a new job or can’t travel safely to the US because of their impaired driving conviction.
They are haunted by this charge, often for years. Many never knew that they could remove this criminal record and suffered from the consequences for way too long.
If you have an impaired driving conviction, you must pay your fine and wait three years from the date of payment to erase your criminal record.
Its a good idea to start the process of erasing your conviction as soon as you’ve paid your fine as the process can take some time to collect all the important documents.