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in 2006 i was accused of looking at child porn while in the navy. I was investigated by NCIS, where i admited to possibly finding some on myspace (who at the time allowed nude pics with out much moderation of weather they were teens or adults) and not being aware of it. Navy discharged me due to lack of evedence, NCIS took case to Camden county who picked it up, had me in jail for 9 months, said i was looking at nude photos of less then 14 yr old girls. CCDA sent my computer to the FBI (who did not find anything to my knowledge), then "dead docketed" my case due to lack of evedence. My PD said wait a few years and ask the DA to drop my case. I have tried that and was told i could not get details on my case or do anything with my case but recieve the peice of paper stated before. I am now tring to get my degree in criminal justice and attempting to be a bounty hunter in the state of colorado, not getting any luck with this case on my record. Since i am takeing up your time i will be glad to pay, just please any advice on how to take care of this. The only problem i fear is that if i do bring this case "alive" they will try to me back in and ruin my life all over again. I have never, nor will i ever look at underaged porn.
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