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A criminal record will show a person's past criminal history. Oftentimes, potential employers, landlords and lenders will use this information to determine an individual's ability to be trusted. Criminal records are recorded on any person arrested for a crime, and then stored in the police database where the crime was committed. Because there is no central database for criminal records, a full criminal record could appear scattered or incomplete to the average person. For this reason, most users find it easier to use an online service that will search all databases.
A true complete criminal record search will reveal any possible “run-ins” that the subject has had with the law. This includes not only conviction records, but also any past arrest or warrants. In fact, a true criminal record search should even show you simple driving offenses. Within these criminal records, you can review arrest reports that include the criminal's mug shots and information.
A warrant is a document signed off by a judge that allows a law enforcement officer to take a particular action. The three most common types of warrants are: Search Warrants, Arrest Warrants, and Bench Warrants. While a search warrant expires after a predetermined date, arrest warrants and bench warrants do not expire. These two are also found on a good criminal record.
An arrest warrant can be placed on an individual if the police believe that a crime has been committed. The police must show a judge probable cause and evidence in order to have an arrest warrant placed against a person.
A bench warrant is placed on a person for a “non appearance”. If you are sent a notice to appear in court and don't show up, then you will have what is called a bench warrant placed against you. That is why it's so important not to ever miss a court date, no matter what the circumstances.
After an arrest has been made and the suspect found guilty (by judge or trial), it is considered a criminal conviction. At this point, a conviction record is created and placed into the state's criminal record and available for the public to research.
A conviction record will provide you with all of the details of the conviction, starting from the arrest and ending with the court ordered punishment and parole. A conviction record will display this information for either felony or misdemeanor.
A misdemeanor offense is a crime that may carry a punishment up to one year in the county jail. The sentencing may include a hefty fine, but the sentence is not to be served in a federal or state prison.
A felony offense is any conviction that will result in a prison sentence in either state or federal prison. The sentencing for a felony is for over one year and may include hefty fines as well.
The NCIC, short for the National Crime Information Center is a vast database originally created by the FBI, and benefits from the cooperation of many different police organizations that continuously update it, The NCIC has been used to make numerous arrests, find missing persons, and keep tabs on registered sex offenders. These files are only accessible to authorized parties. In other words, the “Average Joe” can't normally review these records. However, by making use of a private online service, you can actually review an individuals records from NCIC. This enables you to quickly determine if your new babysitter is a registered sex offender.
A good criminal record will show all driving violations that an individual has been found guilty on. Keep in mind that you are considered guilty when you simply pay a ticket, so speeding tickets will appear as well. Any criminal driving violations such as Habitual Traffic Offender, DUI or Vehicular Manslaughter will obviously appear as well.
A DUI is short for Driving Under The Influence, and will clearly be displayed on any criminal record. The similar offenses are DWI (driving while intoxicated), OWI (operating while intoxicated). A DWI often refers to the use of drugs such as marijuana or cocaine while driving a vehicle. OWI is often referred to when a drunken or drugged individual is behind the wheel of a vehicle but not driving. This could mean that a police officer found the suspect pulled over drunk or sleeping in the car drunk.
The criminal record will show if the suspect cooperated and submitted themselves for Breathalyzer testing. It will also reveal the alcohol level of the suspect at the time of arrest.
Probation is often court ordered to occur after or in lieu of incarceration in both felony and misdemeanor convictions. A researcher can check the amount of probation and if it was completed by reviewing the criminal court records. This will also be visible on a criminal record provided by a private online criminal record check.
Acquiring the criminal records for an individual can be a seriously time consuming task for a few reasons. Firstly, criminal records are not kept in one nice location with all of the information. Each state has it's own filing system and some records are kept solely at the county level. This would mean that the average person looking to do a background check would be required to contact at least 50 different state authorities. For this reason, many attorneys and other professionals will hire a private investigator to do a background check on a person. This method could be great, but unfortunately it can also prove to be quite expensive.
However, there is a better option for the average person. Most have opted to take advantage of a private online database. This is because they are able to search through both the federal criminal records as well as every state criminal records instantly. Fortunately, this method doesn't require any research skills as all of the work is done for you.
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