Can I get a charge expunged if it was dismissed by accord and satisfaction?

Yes, a charge that has been dismissed for accord and satisfaction may be eligible for expungement.

Under Virginia Code Section 19.2-151, if a person is charged with assault, and the victim appears before the court and “acknowledges in writing that he has received satisfaction for the injury,” then the charge may be dismissed.

When a charge has been dismissed pursuant to accord and satisfaction, then you may apply to have the criminal record permanently erased from your history.