Not realistically. If it was deferred you could seal it, but the schools still have access to it (most other employers would not). Other than that, you can try to get a pardon or try to get it over turned on a writ. If either of those were successful, you could then expunge it completely.
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If you entered a plea and were convicted there is nothing you can do to get it off your record.
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Once you have been found guilty of the offense you cannot change it later. You cannot get it expunged. The only remedy at this point would be a request for a pardon.
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