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Criminal court records are permanent records of proceedings and judgments of a trial court of record. Checking criminal court records has become a standard procedure done as part of a thorough background check on individuals.
You can conduct a criminal court records check to know more about a business partner, an applicant, an employee or any other person with doubtful character. A person may also get a copy of his own criminal court records.
Here are some of the frequently asked questions concerning criminal court records.
Not all criminal court records are open to the public. You may not be permitted to see or obtain a copy of arrest and probation reports, domestic violence protective orders, O.R. reports, and criminal history. Any document that shows the victim's name; address; and contact, financial and medical information is not allowed to be seen by anyone as well.
Since personal pieces of information are not revealed, you can see or get a copy of criminal court records through the case number. You may get the case number from the Clerk's Office where the case was filed. You will be asked for the defendant's name, his birth date, and the year the case was filed.
One you already have the case number, you may now request for the documents you want such as sentencing or complaint.
Convictions may be removed from criminal court records only when the following conditions are met:
Not all criminal convictions, however, may be removed from criminal court records; among them are traffic infractions and sex-related criminal offenses.
You may get a copy of your criminal history and other criminal court records from the Sheriff's Office provided you bring with you necessary identification and pay for the necessary fees.
If you need a copy of the police report after a crime, you need to go to the District Attorney's office to get a copy of the report. If you are the defendant and your criminal case is already complete or dismissed, you may get it from the court.
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