As a general rule, persons who have pled to or been convicted of an offense are NOT eligible for an expungement
of their criminal
Therefore, the only other relief
available to you is through the Georgia State Board of Pardons. As a general rule, however, the Board does NOT grant pardons to persons who were convicted of misdemeanors
BUT, the rule of thumb is if you are unsure whether or not you qualify for a pardon, you should go ahead and apply. There is no harm in doing so.
Below is a link to Georgia pardon information. It explains the authority of the Board, eligibility and the application process. There is also a link to the instructions and forms necessary to apply for a Pardon.http://www.pardon411.com/wiki/Georgia_Pardon_Information
I wish that I could have provided you with a more favorable response. But, the law for expungements is clear. However, although there is not a high likelihood that you can obtain a pardon, it remains a possibility and it's worth a try.
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