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i was "detained"/questioned and let go (no arrest), will this show up on record?

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 01st, 2017 on Criminal Law - New Jersey
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I was filming a movie with friends at a woods area after hours. Thought it was only going to be 10 minutes to shoot the film, so parked nearby. Police cars showed up and looked at my drivers license id at their car, "detained" / looked at our cars with a flashlight. We explained we were filming some scenes and they understood but said they still need to "detain" us as procedure. After few minutes, they let us go. I asked the cop and he said they did not put it as trespassing or anything and said we are fine. Will this go on my record or something?
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Answered on Apr 05th, 2017 at 8:10 AM

We can obtain the documents which set forth the record of arrest if there is a record. These records are both municipal records and state records. We can expunge the arest records if there are records. I do not believe there will be a record. Ed Dimon 732-797-1600

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