From your limited information, it's not entirely clear what your question is. Nor is it clear you would be eligible for expungement.
What I can say about expungement is that its going to depend on when your case was initiated, how it was resolved and what has happened in the meantime. Cases in Colorado that are eligible to be expunged are crimes that were committed as juveniles and require that a certain amount of time has passed and that no convictions have occurred in the meantime.
Other times, criminal files may be sealed depending on how the fraud case was settled and what happened thereafter. Was the case dismissed at the outset? Did the parties agree to a Differed Judgement and Sentence? Were you able to complete that differed successful and no conviction was entered? These are all questions that affect your eligibility to seal the case.
Sealing is not the same as expungement. Both require that you take affirmative steps to accomplish them, if you are allowed to by statute.
This would certainly be easier to do with the assistance of a lawyer, but you may be able to figure out on your own if you are eligible to have your case expunged or sealed and work through the process. I wish you the best of luck.
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It depends on what you mean by "record was not expunged" if something can be done. If you were charged but the case never went forward you are probably eligible to seal the criminal record. Additionally, if you completed a deferred judgement you can seal the record. Records are not automatically sealed upon dismissal rather there is a process you must go through with the relevant district court in Colorado.
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