There are several different ways to get Class Cs dismissed that will allow her to ultimately expunge the case from her record. I would start by contacting Ms. Giardino.
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Class "c" 's can usually be dismissed with a combination of a drug class and community service hours. A local attorney can help with the process and subsequently getting it removed from her record. It's always best to invest a little time and effort now to keep it off the record.
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Make sure she gets it dismissed, either straight up or through a deferred disposition. Merely paying the fine could result in the charge permanently remaining on he criminal history.
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