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What States Do Not Share DUI Information

In most states, police departments keep track of DUIs that occur in their jurisdiction. This means that when someone gets arrested for drunk driving in their state, the arresting officer will report the incident to the local department. The local department then sends the information to the state where the arrest occurred.

States share information about whether someone has been convicted of a crime. Here's what you need to know.

If someone is charged with a crime, the officer will issue an summons requiring them to appear before a judge. At a hearing or trial, the judge or jury will decide whether or not to convict the defendant of the crime. If the judge or jury decides to find the defendant guilty, the judge will enter a judgment against the defendant. A conviction is considered final after the judge enters the judgment.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) collects data from each state regarding how many people have been arrested for drunk driving.

In addition to collecting data from each state, NHTSA also receives reports from law enforcement agencies across the country. These reports include information about arrests made by local police departments. This includes information about the number of people who were arrested for drunk driving, as well as the number of times those people were convicted.

But some states don't share information about arrests. Here's what you need to know.

If you live in one of these states, you might not be able to find out whether someone has been arrested for drunk driving. You will still be able to see how often someone was convicted of drunk driving, though.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has created a website where you can search for state laws regarding sharing DUI information.

In addition to the NHTSA site, there are also websites that allow you to search for state laws regarding DUI record sharing. These sites include: http://www.nhtsa.gov/DUI/index.htm, https://www.duiinfo.org/state-laws/, https://www2.dmv.ca.gov/pubinfo/records/search.html

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