I'm sorry, I either didn't notice or forgot that you didn't live in North Carolina when I suggested you should go to the "local clerk of court". My apologies.
Let me try again....
You should contact the clerk of court in which the offense occurred. If that is not convenient as it's too far away, they likely have an internet site. I can't look it up as I don't know the county, but it's quite simple. Just go to any search engine, such as Google or Yahoo, and enter "sample county clerk of court". You should find it quickly. Once you do, check for a link for expungement or sealing or documents or some other such term. If they don't have it online, you can call them tomorrow.
If you hire an attorney, he could handle ALL of this for you. Unfortunately, the rules of Just Answer do not permit us to recommend any attorneys. However, you can search this also. Look for criminal law attorneys in the area of the offense.
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