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Mel Gibson Seeks To Clean His Record

Mel Gibson Seeks To Clean His Record

Thursday, October 1 2009

Mel Gibson wanted to remove his DUI incident in July 2006 from his record. The actor-director's lawyer Blair Berk is asking the court to dismiss such conviction for good.

Gibson and Berk are confident enough that they will be getting a positive response because the 53-year-old sincerely complied with the terms of his probation.

"All this means is that Gibson's been staying out of trouble and it'll likely be approved by the court," L.A. criminal defense attorney Anthony Salerno opined. "An arrest like this never fully disappears from one's record, but getting a dismissal helps in practical situations like crossing into Canada."

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