Thank you for your response. Of course the Pro Sae approach is always hard. Last year when I tried to get it dismissed yet again I was job hunting and didn't want it to show up on my record. I know it's a civil matter but I've heard of it showing up on a credit report. They may or may not be the case....but it worried me. I brought it up in court and the judge told me he would dismiss it if I bought something from a potential employer. Now HOW COULD I DO THAT!? - Excuse me, I may or may not have an issue on my background check, could you write me a letter that states if I have a clean record you will hire me?....so that I can have a clean record. - Needless to say that didn't seem like such a good way to get a job to me. Which is why I suggested a change of venue. Plus with all her violations she goes in there and cries a little bit and it's still intact. Is there any other laws or statues that I should be aware of to help me?
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