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Withdrawn Charges

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A client call asking if they can ever get rid of a withdrawn charge?  It was from 3.5 years ago and it's currently showing up on background checks.

A withdrawn criminal charge means you were found not guilty, which is good.  However, because he was fingerprinted by the police, his name can still be seen on a criminal check which could get in the way of work, travel, volunteering and coaching.  What needs to be done is a request for a file destruction which will remove the prints from the RCMP and police database so that in the future it will not show up.


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