Military Titling and Criminal Records Indexing

While civilian criminal investigations do not become a part of someone’s record unless they are convicted, the same is not true of military criminal investigations. Once someone is titled and indexed, the record can be on file and accessible for up to 40 years. The record can remain on file even if the service member was honorably discharged and never received any punishment. Our attorneys can help guide you through the process of trying to have it removed. For example, if there is no credible information to support the titling decision, our attorneys will fight for your name to be removed from the database so adverse consequences are not a factor when applying for jobs, going through security clearance applications, and gaining access to military installations.

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