This is tricky. Most likely, the answer is "no."
This is because when a criminal case is expunged, the Clerk of the Court and SLED are ordered to remove and destroy all references to the arrest/criminal charges. This means that after the Order is granted, the case file is physically destroyed (which includes all the documents in the file, including the Expungement Order).
If there is no criminal file because it is destroyed, then it is impossible to obtain information from the file.
The only option that you may have is to contact the Clerk's Office where the case was heard. If the Clerk's Office maintains expungement orders in a separate area/file (that is not accessible to the public), then they may have a copy. However, while this is an option, it would be a long shot because under law, once an expungement is granted, the file and any reference to the file must be destroyed.
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