I'm a commercial driver and that make Hart to get a job
It's hard top answer unintelligible questions like yours.
Still I can tell you 2 things:
1) If you were found "not guilty" then the citation should not appear on your DMV-DL transcript and
2) If you received any other disposition (other than "not guilty" or a dismissal) then the record will appear forever (it is not subject to expungement or sealing).
That said I suggest that you pick up the phone, call and ask the good folks at DMV in Tallahassee (850-617-2000) what your options are, if any.
If you call then follow the rule of the 3 "p"'s (be patient, pleasant and polite), in which case you'll likely be surprised at just how knowledgeable and helpful they can be. Conversely...
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Haber completely correct on all points. Just so you know it's sound advice
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