If you were arrested and convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, there will be a criminal record. Contact a criminal defense attorney to run your criminal record to see what's there. Then see if you have a state statute that covers expungement/sealing.
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Yes. That being said you may want to contact an attorney to discuss the possibilities of applying for a full pardon which would expunge this conviction from your record entirely. I have successfully petitioned for full pardons on behalf of clients and would be willing to discuss this matter in greater depth if you wish.