The Department of Justice has a process where you can have wrong/false information removed from your records. Contact your local DOJ office and initiate the process to remove the false information. If they refuse, after you provide evidence supporting your position, you may have a claim. Best of luck.
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There is a process by which you can get it removed from your record. It is lengthy but there's no way around it.
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