If, for example, a person enters into a plea agreement for a deferred judgment and sentence requiring 3 years probation after which the felony case is to be dismissed, and he completes all of his probation requirements, then the case should be dismissed and there will be no conviction on his record. Otherwise, the answer is "no." An adult felony conviction remains in the criminal justice records for the rest of one's life. It cannot be reduced, sealed or expunged. Unfortunately, even after the legal penalty has been paid, punishment can seem to last a lifetime.
It sounds like it was a conviction with the probation. So, there is no way out of waiting the time period. There is also a serious question as to whether a class 4 felony conviction in CO can be sealed. I just got one sealed in Adams County and the DA is appealing the Judge's decision to the CO Court of Appeals. So, we should know relatively soon.
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