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Actually, you can probably get all the information you need online. The entity charged with maintaining that information is the local clerk of court. Nearly every clerk has a website and will provide access to the information online. A quick Google search should locate the clerk's website for you. For example, if you live in Benton County, you would search "Benton county clerk of court".
Once you find the site, there will probably be a link for "public records" or "records search" or some other such term. Just follow the link, put in your boyfriend's name and see what records exist.
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