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Do you have any outstanding warrants in your name? Chances are, you have never asked yourself this question, leave alone conducting an actual search. While most citizens are law-abiding at large, they sometimes, mistakenly, commit minor offenses. If these transgressions are not dealt with immediately, they may snowball into something major which may end up with a judge issuing an arrest warrant and the police arresting the concerned person.
Therefore, it's important for you, as a concerned citizen who values his freedom, to know if you have any outstanding warrants against your name so that you are well-prepared to mount a strong defense instead of being unceremoniously woken up in the middle of the night, handcuffed and driven to police headquarters under the eyes of your horrified family and gaping neighbors. If you run an establishment, it's important that you know the backgrounds of all your existing employees as well as new hires to weed out those with serious criminal records.
Although inquiries at police stations and courthouses can yield information on outstanding warrants, these methods are not recommended. While the first option can get you arrested if there's a warrant in your name, the second one is extremely cumbersome. The third option, and the most convenient by far, is online search. With simultaneous access to multiple public and private databases holding millions of records from the comfort and privacy of home, searching for outstanding warrants and other related information is a cinch.
Some types of criminal records that can be obtained by an online search are:
* Misdemeanors - these include shoplifting, harassing phone calls, traffic offenses and in most states, DUI.
* Felonies - covers a large range of crimes from aggravated assault to murder.
* Traffic violations - not part of criminal records in certain states unless causing major injury or death.
* Sex offender listings - is a regular feature in most states since the 1990s.
* Parole and probation violations - record of violations that will require the offender to return to (in case of parole) or go to (in case of probation) jail.
* Conviction and Inmate record - indicates whether a person has been convicted and imprisoned, respectively.