A PBJ may be filed to be dismissed 3+ years after probation ended. However, the final determination is up to the Judge. The Court
may be wary of granting an expungement
on the 1989 PBJ if the applicant just had another a conviction (and or had that new criminal record
removed in 2016).
The Court has the final say.
So, the answer is yes - it is still possible to file, but there is no guarantee that it would be successful given the additional conviction in 2015.
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