I recently did a criminal background check on an odd neighbor who is friends with my girlfriend. He is flashing his concealed firearm (holstered in his sports coat), discussing how great of a shot he is with her, discharging a loaded bullet in the chamber and releasing the clip in his home before putting it into his drawer (which is scaring her).
As an aside-- my advice to her, is obviously, stay away from the guy.
To get to the point: It did concern me enough to run a background check to be on the safe side.
The following appeared, and I'm wondering if I should be concerned:
DISPOSITION: JUDGE (Trial by judge or guilty plea before judge at district court level, guilty plea at superior court level)
OFFENSE DATE: 6/13/2008
DISPOSITION DATE: (was near the Offense Date).
I'm having a hard time understanding what all of this means.
There is also another Criminal Offense in NC that has court records attached, occurred on the same offense date, and the offesne/disposition is Unspecified.
Can you make sense of any of this? Again, should I be concerned, beyond the obvious careless, dangerous, and irresponsible use of a concealed weapon?
Maybe this might be a question for a Criminal Attorney and not a Traffic Lawyer. But I'm not sure what the traffic violation
means and perhaps the accompanying charge was traffic related.