Whether you can change an adjudication to a withhold of adjudication depends on a number of factors. For some charges, like a DUI, it is impossible to receive a withhold of adjudication because the law prohibits it. Whether you can convert an adjudication to a withhold for other charges depends on the type of charge, when you were convicted, whether you had representation at the time of the conviction, and whether your attorney properly advised you of the consequences of a conviction. There is normally a time limit on the number of years you can go back and modify your record. However, if a new charge depends on a prior convictions, you may be able to change the prior conviction to a withhold. You should definitely consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney to see if your record can be changed.