Nolle Prosequi, or noll prosse is a fancy way to say the state dropped your charges after it formally filed charges against you. The state attorney does not normally like to file a “nolle prosse” because someone could interpret it as a sign of failure or a mistake.If the state has “nolle prossed” your charge, the public record will reflect that the charge was dropped. However, your record will also reflect that you were arrested. That said, if you have no prior criminal convictions, you could attempt to have your record expunged or sealed. You should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area to assist you.