14 years ago subject A was accused of a crime, the case was dismissed without prejudice. Due to a previous legal matter subject A remained under state custody until the sentence was served. Upon release one year later, subject A completed a 2 year parole obligation free of incident. After 5 years following the conviction, Subject A applied for expungment, where in which Subject A petition the court to investigate any prior warrants, convictions, or standing legal matters that would disqualify Subject A for expungment. No adult convictions, warrants. or standing legal matters was on record but a Juvenile record dated 11 years prior to the expungment petition was highlighted. The expungment was denied and subject A was instructed to try again with legal representation. Over the next four years, Subject A applied for expungment again through a community program called First step. The Expungment was denied for the same reason cited four years prior. AGAIN, No warrants or unresolved legal matters were found. In fact, Subject A has been pulled over by police, appeared in court to dispute traffic citations, and was never made aware of of any warrants or unresolved legal issues.
Under the advice of a friend, subject A tried for an expungment in 2011 and spoke with a local activist that said they would check into the matter. After checking with their state sources, subject A was informed that subject A qualified for expungment but there is a outstanding warrant dated 14 years prior to the current date. How is it possible for a warrant to be on record 14 years prior and several governing entities missed it on several separate occasions?
Subject A filed misconduct complains against four Detroit Police Officers on two separate dates.
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