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I am afraid that removing a traffic conviction from your DOT
/CDL record is pretty much legally impossible. The only possible way to do so is to go to the court where the tickets were charged and you have to file a motion for post conviction relief to seek to get one or more of the ticket verdicts vacated and changed to not guilty or dismissed. This is something that is done very rarely by the courts and generally it is only done for good cause related to some problem with the ticket or the law under which the ticket was written (although some attorneys do have professional relationships with judges and prosecutors which might allow them to work a deal to vacate the guilty and thus remove the ticket). Unfortunately, by law, this site cannot provide any of its attorneys to represent anyone from this site and you are going to have to contact a local traffic/criminal attorney in the city where the tickets were heard to see if you can get one to go to court to seek to vacate the citation
and thereby get it removed from your record.
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