A conviction for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is not expungeable under Ohio Law. Section 2933.36 of the Ohio Revised Code specifically lists OVI as an offense that cannot be expunged even though it may be the only conviction on the Defendant’s record. The Ohio Revised Code further lists OVI offenses as criminal convictions which would prevent the expungement of other criminal offenses on the Defendant’s record. Therefore a conviction for OVI will remain on the Defendant’s record for many years. The points for the offense, however, will be removed two years after the conviction date and OVI’s committed more than six years apart cannot be used to enhance the penalties of a subsequent OVI offense.