Since the charges were dismissed, you would qualify for an expungement. You would file a petition for expungement with the court of common pleas of your county.
Justin C Gearty Jr
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Sorry this happened to you but congratulations on the Nolle Pross. In order to get the charges off your record you need to file a petition for expungment and then follow up with proper notification of the appropriate criminal justice agencies. This is difficult to do without an attorney and the PD usually does not do expungments. Your best bet would be to save up some money and hire a private attorney to assist you with the expungment.
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