Court Records

DTposted 4 weeks ago

Anyone have issues obtaining court records in Toronto? I went to apply for my records today and was told by a gentleman in administrative that they are not processing court records request at the moment. I asked if I can get the records from another court he said he doesn’t think that’s possible.

I deleted my old post by mistake when trying to edit it so sorry if this is a duplicate post. I received my RCMP record and wanted to compare with the court records. Anyone has issue with this

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@J Rogers always the gentleman on here helping us the ones filled with worry.

DT replied 4 weeks ago   #6

@DT

It is definitely a possibility that they might ask.

J Rogers replied 4 weeks ago   #5

@J Rogers the guy said that the person who is responsible for working on records is on leave. I find that quite a ridiculous excuse. How possible could one person be responsible for this.

I would do the waiver but it’s not cheap and I’m worried about being denied because of the unpaid restitution.

DT replied 4 weeks ago   #4

@DT

Ask the court for a letter explaining they cannot obtain the records. Submit the waiver in the meantime without them. By the time they look at the waiver you might have the records or the letter and you can submit it then if they ask.

If I was doing this waiver, I would explain to the client that "they may ask" but submit it anyways, and try to get them in the time it takes for them to ask.

J Rogers replied 4 weeks ago   #3

@J Rogers My record is from 2009 and it’s for fraud over. I served two years less a day and 2 years probation. I am still owing restitution and not quite sure how much is left to pay. It was $40,000 initially.

DT replied 4 weeks ago   #2

@DT
They are slow, but we send out for court documents all the time.

How old is your conviction, and what is it for? You might be able to skip the court documents.

J Rogers replied 4 weeks ago   #1

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