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Can't Find Record of 209A

Discussion in 'Civil Law' started by JD0341, Apr 11, 2012.

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  1. JD0341

    JD0341 New Member


    I'm preparing to apply for an LTC-A in my town, and I need to disclose the details of being the subject of a 209A back in either '94 or '95 when I was in my teens. The problem is that I have gotten copies of both my juvenile and adult records, and there is nothing there; juvenile record is clean and just a traffic incident on the CORI (susp. license and revoked reg. due to not paying insurance).

    I don't know where else to find the details I need for the application; if I can't/don't provide them, I'll get rejected in Chelsea and I will have a denial to contend with in the future.

    Thanks for your help!

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  2. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    Call Ron Glidden, no wait sorry...Jesse Cohen
  3. niteowl1970

    niteowl1970 Moderator Staff Member

  4. JD0341

    JD0341 New Member

    Wow! That was a great help! Thanks soooooooo much!
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  5. OCKS

    OCKS Guest

    Might be in the records of the town you lived in at the time.
  6. Johnny Law

    Johnny Law Nemo me impune lacessit Staff Member

    Check with the district court that serves the area where you lived, or where the person who obtained the 209A against you lived. If it was the same court, you've saved yourself some work.
  7. Delta784

    Delta784 Guest

    Unless you were actually arraigned, it's not going to appear on your BOP record. If someone (police or civilian) filed an application for a probable cause hearing and it was dismissed by the clerk-magistrate, then an entry won't appear on your BOP.

    However, be truthful, regardless. Anyone can file a charge against anyone else for anything, so that's not an automatic disqualifier.
  8. JD0341

    JD0341 New Member

    Thanks for the truly helpful responses, guys!

    @mtc - It was the mom saying "stay away form my daughter". However, she threw in an story about me slapping her daughter. I actually laughed out loud when the officer delivered the copy to me at home and told me why the order was taken out; everyone who knew me knew it was total BS and said the mom was a nutjob. Lesson learned - the hard way...

    Thanks again everyone.
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