Withhold of adjudication on misdemeanor, planning to pursue expungement in future.
FL sealing only applies to FL.
Once records are transmitted to the FBI FL loses any and all control over them.
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Well, you can't file for an expungement if you received a withhold of adjudication. You can only move to have the case sealed. A sealed record will be made non-public to private companies that conduct background checks, but it will still be accessible to law enforcement.
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