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Felony Conviction Records

There are times in your life when you may need to find out more about another person which is when searching for felony conviction records is most useful. These searches are also very useful when you own a business and someone applies for employment there and you need to find out more about if the person is really trustworthy. Even if you are applying for work, the person who may hire you will definitely check your background and find out if there are any felony conviction records with your name on it.

You shouldn’t worry too much because this is normally standard procedure to make sure that you are fit to take on the job, especially if it requires a certain level of accountability. This is why it is always advisable to keep your records clean by being a responsible citizen and refrain from doing illegal acts. Either way, finding felony conviction records are not a difficult task. You yourself can find out if you have felony conviction records that you are unaware of, and which you can take care of by clearing your name if it is there erroneously.

Some standard procedures, however, should be followed when looking for criminal records. First, it is only proper that you get the permission of the person you are looking for felony conviction records on. Usually, job applications will have a waiver that the applicant will sign that says that the employer can look into his background information like criminal records of the applicant. You have to be careful with this procedure because violating means you are doing an illegal search on another person as stipulated in some laws in some US states and some countries.

Second, to make the search easy, it is best that you try to get complete information about the applicant so that you can type in this information and do a thorough felony conviction records search online. Many of these services are free. If the applicant is a resident in the same place as you, you can even have the local law enforcement agency assist you in the search, as long as the search is lawful and the applicant has given permission. Be sure you have basic information like the address, full name, middle name, birth date, race, social security number, and other data about the applicant that will best help identify him quickly.

Many states in the USA have their own websites where you can track down the information that you need through tracking links and felony conviction records databases. It will ask you for basic information that will lead to the exact information that you need. You may even be lucky and find that the applicant has a clean record and that he can be trusted to a responsible employment position. You can search the public criminal records to make sure that the felony conviction records are up to date.

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Question by : Can you expunge legal records (felony conviction) without an Attorney or Lawyer?
My stepfather committed a felony in 1996 (possession of a controlled substance). He has been a legal resident in the US for almost 30 years. The only thing that hinders him from applying for citizenship is the felony. I would like to know how to go about expunging his felony without an attorney whether to go to a police station or an immigration center. What Forms Etc. Thank You so much means a lot.

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Answer by andy Anderson
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thats a good/smart question. i will have to think about it.

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3 Responses to “Felony Conviction Records”

  • fangtaiyang:

    It is not easy to get a felony expunged and even when it is legally expunged, it is still om record. Without a lawyer you will not even be able to start such a process

  • Uncle:

    He should have been deported in 1996
    he probable has a non dated green card
    usually they catch you when you renew your green card

    Go see an aila lawyer he may be advised to lay low

  • ?:

    Depends on what state the felony was committed. I recommend visiting the website http://www.recordgone.com and taking the free eligibility test to see if expunging the felony is possible. If they do not serve your state I would go to http://www.recordclearing.org/free-forms/.

    Be advised that expungement is a complicated and lengthly procedure especially if you try to do it yourself without the expertise and experience of an attorney.

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