Q: Once PPO expires in Michigan, does anything remain on record? Can I now have a career in law enforcement? Or own a gun?
Ex girlfriend filed a PPO, it went uncontested (long story, but all allegations were false).
PPOs in general are non-public records. Once expired, you can possess a gun again (presuming you are otherwise entitled to do so (e.g. not have a felony conviction).
Can you have a career in law enforcement is a question you'll have to ask the certification people and any hiring agency. You can expect to be called to explain the circumstances. I think your biggest hurdle will be explaining why you didn't contest it.
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