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D.v.

Denver, CO |

So I got charged with a d.v. a year ago can the court pull my record and see who the victim was?

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  1. Court records are public. Meaning that anyone can get a copy of the court record to see what's inside. Usually, there will be a probable cause statement where the victim name will appear.

    So, to answer your question directly, probably.

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  2. Yes, most definitely. Unless the case is sealed, anyone can pull the case file and see who the victim is. If the case was dismissed at a jury trial, dismissed by the DA, or dismissed pursuant to a deferred judgment and sentence, then you should seal the case to avoid any access to it.

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