If you were not convicted, you can have the charge expunged from your record. Retain a criminal defense attorney to file the necessary court papers.
As I read the question and the questioner's comments to previous responses the distinct impression that I get is that, in fact, the questioner has been charged, otherwise you wouldn't have to "go to court". There is nothing you can do about getting this off your record until after the case is completed. If at that time you are acquitted, then you could seek expungement of the arrest record. If, however, you end up with a conviction (by guilty plea or verdict of guilty after trial), it will not be eligible for expungement. It would accordingly make sense for you to concentrate you efforts on avoiding a conviction rather than getting something off your record.
Im a bit confused by the circumstances, more information might be needed. If the arrest was recently, you may have a court date approaching. Make sure you dont miss it. Of the case has been disposed of and you were not convicted, you may be able to expunge the record. If you went though a diversionary program such as ard, you can seek expungement afyer a certain number of years
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