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One does not qualify for expunction if one was convicted (or got deferred or probation.)
Capias means there is a warrant for money owed.
Father cannot drop charges, and it was not a consensual sex situation because it is an absolute defense to consensual sex that the parties are within 3 years of age of each other - he would not have been convicted.
This conviction is not eligible for expunction because it is a conviction, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the charges. This all occurred many years ago and he cannot appeal the conviction now.