Any time you are arraigned on a criminal charge, an entry has been made on your criminal record, also known as a Board of Probation record (BOP) or Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI). These entries on your CORI appear regardless of how the case was resolved. You do not need to be convicted to have entries on your CORI.
If you have ever been arraigned of any crime in Massachusetts, and especially if you have been convicted, you should know all your legal rights about who can access your CORI and you should seriously consider sealing your CORI.
Assault with a dangerous weapon
Assault and battery (dangerous weapon)
Domestic assault and battery
Aggravated assault and battery
Indecent assault and battery
Armed assault with intent to rob or kill
Armed home invasion
All other crimes of violence
Operating Under the Influence
Leaving the Scene of Property Damage
Leaving the Scene of Personal Injury
Operating After Suspension
Operating While Unlicensed
Possession of Forged RMV Document
All motor vehicle crimes and civil infractions
Receiving Stolen Property
Credit Card Fraud
Forgery / Uttering
Breaking and Entering
Malicious Destruction of Property
Simple Drug Possession
Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute
School Zone violations
Any drug crime
Restraining Order Violations
Juvenile Delinquency Charges
Youthful Offender Charges
Probation or Parole Violations
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Whether you are facing new criminal charges, probation or parole violations, juvenile delinquency or youthful offender charges, contesting a restraining order or seeking to have your criminal record sealed, The Law Office of Dominic L. Pang can help you obtain the best possible outcome.
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