National Criminal Records and Expungements

National Criminal Records Search

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Comprehensive National Criminal Records Search Includes Social Security Verification:
  • All Criminal Felony Records on file in state Department of Corrections
  • Many Misdemeanor, Traffic and Felony Records in select county and state administrative office of the courts
  • Recommendation to applicant if records are sealed or identifiers are masked due to right to privacy statues in many states. (records can be obtained with a walk-in court search for a minimal court fee) Most walk-in county records can be provided with 3 to 4 business days.
  • All data provided is Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) compliant. The FCRA is a United States federal law that regulats the collection, dissemination and use of consumer information. Along with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) it forms the base of consumer credit rights in the United States and was orinally passed in 1970 and is enforced by the US Federal Trade Commission.
  • National Sex Offender Registry information
  • Foreign National and Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) information
All information is undated every thirty days on data-base searches and is Real Time Information on walk-in court searches.

Criminal Record Expungement Assessment

Expungement is a procedure designed to permanently remove all or part of the record on a criminal court case. The procedure varies from state to state based on the statutes created by the state itself. In addition, the adverse finding or disposition (guilt) is removed by withdrawing, vacating, annulling or setting aside the finding of guilt thereby expunging the conviction from the records.

The laws regarding expungement have been enacted by the states to accomplish public policy relative to help those convicted who have demonstrated rehabilitation (a period of time without a criminal offense) to integrate back into society. In other words, allow a person to apply for a job or renting a residence without ramifications relative to their criminal history. The need for expungement has greatly increased in the last decade because of the dramatic increase in the use of criminal background checks.

Some felony and misdemeanor offenses that can be expunged include:

Theft, Grand theft, Possession of Marijuana or other Controlled Substances, Shoplifting, DUI, DV, Assault, Battery, Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Receiving Stolen Property, Robbery, Burglary, Prostitution, Indecent Exposure, Solicitation and many more...
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