The critical question here is whether you were found guilty of anything. If you were found guilty of anything, then you cannot have those matters expunged. Please see Virginia Code 19.2-392.2. If any of the charges were, "nolle prossed", or otherwise dismissed they may be able to be expunged. But generally speaking, you cannot have convictions expunged. You can, however, apply for clemency.
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The other answers are correct, you must identify if you were convicted of anything and did probation or the charges were nolle prossed. Go to the county you had the charges and ask to see copies of the final dispositions. Those should let you know what was the actual outcome of your case. If they were dismissed in some circumstances you may apply for an expungement in that county.
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