You may be eligible for expungement
of records and samples if:
You have been acquitted, or
Your conviction has been reversed or vacated, or
You have been pardoned.
In your case, your only chance is a pardon, since you have missed the deadlined to appeal most likely. You have to contact your Board of Pardons. You definitely need an attorney for this, and expect to pay somewhere around $3k.
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