You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney in your area to see if you qualify at all for expungement under KY law. www.kacdl.net
Go online to Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS) and look up the 2 statutes: KRS 431.076 and KRS 431.078.
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Mr. Mascagni is correct. You should contact a criminal defense attorney in your area. This is the type of situation in an expungement, that an attorney may be able to finesse, so that both charges are expunged. Technically, they like to see a 5yr window on either side of both convictions; however it may be easier to have the most recent conviction expunged and then go back and have the earliest conviction expunged. Good luck!
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