These charges were several years apart, I'm not on probation or parole.
The answer to your question depends on what level felony you were convicted of and whether expunction was granted at sentencing. Without that information nobody can answer your question.
If the sentencing judge (in each of your cases if there was more than one) did not state at sentencing that you would be allowed expungement upon successful completion of probation or some stated period of time without any further criminal activity rising to the level of probable cause (i.e. no new charges), then you may not be eligible for expungement. You may want to consider consulting with a local criminal defense attorney who can look into this for you. Be aware that expungement will remove the cases from CCAP and the clerk of court's office files, but it will still show up on many background checks.
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