This spring, legislators passed a bill that bars private employers from requiring applicants to disclose their criminal histories until they’ve been deemed "qualified" for a job — and that’s a boon for ex-offenders, who are often denied employment solely because of past convictions… read more.
If you’ve ever been convicted of drunk driving – or, for that matter, if you’ve ever been arrested for drunk driving (even if you weren’t convicted) – it’ll show up on your criminal record. That means it’ll also show up on a background check. Here’s what you need to know.
Will a Drunk Driving Conviction Show Up On a Background Check?
If you’re like many people, you’ve made some mistakes in the past – but fortunately, with criminal record sealing, you may be able to get the fresh start you deserve. Though not all offenses qualify for criminal record sealing, many do. But can you seal just part of your criminal record? This guide explains.