Within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, if a warrant was ever issued and exceuted but no legal action or prosecution resulted in this, would this still be admissible or available as public record in backround checks by potential employers, charitable organizations, or insitutional investment organization?
The warrant itself would not be in the record but the charge for which the warrant was issued for, may be viewed by those listed above, depending on the background check performed.
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