You need to hire a criminal defense attorney to review the case file to be sure a motion was made and case dismissed; then a motion was made to expunge and it was signed. www.kacdl.net
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It sounds like you may have gone through diversion. Once finished, the case is dismissed. You will have to file a separate motion to have it sealed/expunged. The background check that says "inconclusive" is likely not generated by the Commonwealth. Speak to a criminal defense attorney to assist in having the record expunged.
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