Oregon allows the set-aside of non-conviction records one year after your arrest if no charges were filed. If you were acquitted or your case was dismissed, you may file any time.
Oregon courts are authorized to “set aside” misdemeanor and minor felony convictions.
Expungement and sealing of juvenile records in Oregon is available after you turn 18.
Expungement of juvenile adjudication records are available after a 5 year waiting period if you have no subsequent convictions of a felony or Class A misdemeanor and no charges or criminal investigations are pending against you.
If you are not eligible to have your Oregon criminal record expunged/sealed, you still may be eligible for a pardon or other relief. The Constitution of Oregon gives the Governor the power to grant pardons.