Expungements for Minnesota offenses must go back to the county where the case was prosecuted. Offenses from other states are unable to be expunged in Minnesota. A Minnesota judge does not have jurisdiction over agencies and courts from other states. A Minnesota judge also does not have jurisdiction to expunge a federal case. And currently, there is no federal expungement process. A person looking to expunge a case from another state would be best served by contacting an attorney in that particular state. A person looking to expunge a federal case should instead look into seeking a federal presidential pardon.