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1. Was there a conviction on that incident? § 15A-146 is used to expunge records when charges are dismissed or there are findings of not guilty.
The U.S. Army Crime Records Center, known as the CRC, is co-located with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command Headquarters at Quantico, Virginia. The CRC is a multi-functional center, supporting not only the Army and the command, but also foreign, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. The CRC receives, safeguards, maintains and disseminates information from Army law enforcement records.
The instructions to this form you are using state as follows:
"The clerk will not send a copy of the order to any entity that is not an agency of the State of North Carolina or one of its local governments. A private entity required to expunge records will be notified directly by the State or local agencies that distribute criminal justice information to that entity."
Let me see if there is a way to expunge this through the army directly....
I am not a military law attorney; but it appears that you can ask the CRC to expunge this and if that fails then application can be made to the Army Board for Correction of Military Records.
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