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No, csc is permanent, unless you are charged as a minor for one of the lower charges.
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You might be able to file a motion for relief from judgment, seeking a new trial. If the motion wins, and you then win the new trial, or the case is dismissed, then the csc would no longer be on your record. You could also seek a pardon from the governor.
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