16. I don’t remember what happened in my case, how can I find out if it qualifies for restriction?

The outcome of the case, also referred to as the “final disposition,” is filed in the clerk’s office of the court in which your case was handled. The final disposition reflects how the case was resolved and should be on your criminal history. If the final disposition is missing from your GCIC criminal history record, go to the clerk’s office of the court in which your case was handled and request a copy. You will have to pay a few dollars for the document. Review the disposition, and determine if the charge is eligible for restriction.

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