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Felony Conviction Records – Where to Get Public Records on Convicted Felons

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Felony conviction records is one of the numerous public database that can be easily accessed by every citizen because they are part of the public files where everyone can get this information for whatever purposes it may serve them. This is mostly used by many employers when conducting background check on their job applicants; this is also very helpful among many individuals who need to check on the personal history of their newly hired nanny to watch over their children when they are away from home for work. In some instances, this is beneficial for people who are doubtful of the profile of their new neighbors, new tenants, new associates, and would be business partners just to name a few.

In fact, many people have prevented tragic events which could have happened to them and their loved ones had they not perform felony conviction records search on people which have doubtful profile. This kind of investigation have greatly preserved the corporate image of many companies by avoiding hiring people which have excellent resume only to have some previous history under felony conviction records. Felons are already considered criminals with more serious cases like murder, physical assault, rape, armed robbery and so on; they do not even have the right to vote because of the severity of the case. Their cases are usually handled at the Federal level with more years of imprisonment

If you are searching for felony conviction records then you have two main options to choose from; the first one is to personally get them at your local State office where these files are kept, this can also be accessed at your local Court office where most case filed in their courts are also maintained. Another option is to visit the official web site of your locality where they usually offer to give you this kind of information as part of their public service. There are some disadvantages in this method and one of them is that the local State or County offices and website have usually limited information on data which are only filed within their jurisdiction; outside of that they no longer have the data on cases filed in other County or State.

Fortunately, there is still another better option to get felony conviction records which is to use the third party services of companies that offer to give you access to their database of public files including this one; this option can give your more detailed and comprehensive results, and the convenience of performing this kind of investigation at home.

Run your free public records search now to find records like birth and death, marriage and divorce filings, criminal law, county public records, phone number, address and more.

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Question by : Can a felony conviction ever be removed from all records?
In 1990 I committed a felony first offense, possession of a dangerous firearm 12020(a) in 1994 that conviction was expunged and reduced to a misdemeanor. I am a one time offender and would like to know if there is anything else I can do to remove the conviction from state and federal records to be able to apply for a law enforcement job?

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Answer by Alexander
Remove is so that it won’t show up on a background check with law enforcement? No. I know many people who have recieved ACD’s (where you plead guilty, say your sorry, and if you stay out of trouble for a year or two the record is “expunged”) It won’t appear in court records, but it will most likely be kept somewhere in the police department records. This was a long time ago, my advice to you would be tell the background investigator what happened, explained yourself, you were young, reckless and so on, and see what happens. If you lie and get caught, you are out. No ifs, ands or buts, lying on a p.o background investigation automaticaly DQ’s you from that and any other law enforcement process.

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