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Back in 1992, the Code you cite was a misdemeanor - It is now a felony - that means somewhere along the years, the law was changed. Misdemeanors can be expunged and since you were convicted of the crime as a misdemeanor you should be able to file such a Petition. You can CLICK HERE for the Petition and Order to be filed with the court - however, I suggest that you might want to consult with a local attorney for assistance due to the change in the law so that when you file it is perfectly clear that you are seeking the relief for a 1992 crime which was then a misdemeanor. Because the nature of this charge involves domestic violence, this may actually require a pardon from the Governor for the expungement to occur. Again, a local attorney would the best assistance for you in this matter
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