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How long does a DUI stay on your record in Kansas?

A DUI record may stay forever in your record in Kansas. However, after completing your probation after at least five years, your first-time conviction can be removed at the judge’s discretion. A second conviction can be removed from your criminal record after 10 years. The same information can still show up in different government records.

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