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Yes, it was a special court martial.
How do I see this on a criminal background check? Where does this record show up? I have searched my home of record to find nothing.... How can employers use this against me? Also, I am still fighting my case because I was drugged and sexually assaulted but the military still charged me for the forced drug use. Do you think I have a chance at turning my case over??
OSI was involved in my case. Can I do my own check on the NCIC?? Or is there somewhere else that I can see this information?
And do employers get access to this or will it just be the basic information??
Do employers usually do this or is it mainly just the bigger companies with higher paid jobs? I'm just trying to be a waitress for now and go back to school for awhile, not looking to get into any serious job. But I do want to be a Psychiatrist in the end, will this have an effect on my career choice?
So my record will not show up on any state court records? Am I right in thinking that way? Only the FBI one??
So my record will not show up on any state court records? Am I right in thinking that way? Only the FBI one?? Sorry if this is repeated... your answer for this one isn't coming up. Last question by the way! And just so you know, You've given me such a relief today. I have been trying to find out this information for awhile now!! I will definitely use this service again if I need to!! Thank you so much!!
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