- A criminal record usually does not include orders to prevent abuse or harassment. These are also known as “restraining orders.” A restraining order may be in your CORI if you violated the order and a criminal case was filed against you.
- CORI does not include some reports. It does not include child abuse or neglect reports that the Department of Children and Families writes. These are sometimes called “51A reports.”
- CORI does not include criminal cases from other states. It also does not include federal court cases.
- Juvenile Court records are usually not part of your CORI. They only become part of your CORI if you were tried as an adult. This happens if your case was moved from Juvenile Court to adult court.
- Your Criminal Record
- What is Not Included in a Criminal Record?
- How to Get a Copy of Your Own Criminal Record
- How to Get a Copy of Someone Else's Criminal Record
- What to Do if There are Mistakes on Your Criminal Record
- How to Seal Your Criminal Record
- Can an Employer See My Criminal Record?
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