If you were arrested or charged with, but not convicted of a crime, you can apply to have that arrest expunged, or erased, from your Hawaii criminal record under certain circumstances.
If you accepted a deferred acceptance of guilty plea or a deferred acceptance of no-contest, and you have no prior felony convictions, and you were charged with an offense that was otherwise eligible for probation, you may be able to expunge your record. Minor first-time drug offences may also be expunged.
Non-conviction juvenile records may be expunged in Hawaii.
You may file a motion for an expungement, which annuls the arrest record and prevents circulation of court records, under certain circumstances in Hawaii.
The Governor of Hawaii has independent pardon power.