There is no such thing as an "expungement" in Federal Court, so you will have to start with encouraging Congress to enact legislation permitting expungement of federal convictions.
San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney--Former Prosecutor--20 years experience.
Unfortunately, there is no expungement procedure available in federal court. Your only shot is a long shot: applying for a pardon. If you wish to pursue this, get a lawyer to help.
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You are wanting a pardon because there is no avenue for Federal Expungement. Further, unless there was substantial evidence that you did not commit the crime, you are very unlikely to get the end result you are seeking.
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