You need to speak with an attorney in your area to determine if there is a process in your state to keep this from showing up on your record.
This is known as having your record expunged or sealed.
Depending on the state and the conviction is going to depend on how it shows up on your criminal record. I would suggest you contact a lawyer in your area to speak with about this issue. In some states you can have your criminal record expunged after a certain amount of time which would be very beneficial for you. In other states, like Arizona, the best you can get is a set aside however that is better than the conviction alone. Hopefully a lawyer in your area can assist you with moving on with life and putting this conviction behind you.
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