Working with a boss who seems sketchy and I was told by his step daughter (whom I no longer have contact with) that she has a restraining order on him for sexual assault. Is there any way to confirm a restraining order exists? I do not want a copy of the restraining orde, just proof that it exists so I can inform my company about it as it is against policy to work while under any unlawful behavior correction or criminal record.
Call the Bangor District Court, 207 207-561-2300. (They're closed Monday for the holiday.) Ask if there is any case against that person as a defendant.
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