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What Are Federal Criminal Records?

Are you troubled with your search, where you do not know where that criminal currently lives? Then, I advice and suggest that you should access these Federal criminal records. In this article, I will discuss to you, what are these important national level criminal records, and how you can obtain them, for your own safety.

Several people nowadays might have heard of criminal records, but do not know what they really are. These files document the criminal history of one person. This means that it will include the crimes you committed, the corresponding punishments, location where the mentioned crime happened, and the names of those victims.

The United States of America is a federal country, where we have a state that governs our local government, and the White House, which manages the national government. With this definition, we can say that federal criminal records are national level criminal documents, where the Federal Bureau of Investigation or FBI hold them.

Now, why do these exist? Most likely, these documents are present for those national criminals, who basically, move from one state to another, where they had several felony records. Because of this, all states can gain access to these national criminal files, which will help you pinpoint those criminals.

In a legal point of view, access to these valuable documents are supported by the Freedom of Information Act of 1966, which is commonly known as the FOIA. However, the Privacy Act regulates your access to these important files, in the hopes that identity theft will be reduced or curbed down.

To tell you honestly, these records are very powerful. Why? It is because that they hold very powerful criminal information about a person. Because of this, you can only check the criminal histories of yourself, deceased individuals, and those persons who had allowed you to access their criminal documents.

In obtaining these records, you may ask the assistance of the FBI. However, you can utilize the services offered by CrimCheck on the Internet, which is free of charge. When you are on their website, you will just write the person’s name and his location. After which, you can grab those important and valuable criminal files.

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Question by : How long are employers allowed to look back on your criminal record in Illinois?
When you fill out applications for employment they always say list all arrests/convictions on your record within X number of years. How many years is it in Illinois? What state has the shortest time frame for looking back on criminal records? I have a reckless driving charge on my record which can never be sealed or expunged under the new 2010 laws in illinois and I do not want to ruin my future employment opportunities over trying to hide a misdemeanor.

Best answer:

Answer by Quizzard
Any search of a record searches, the WHOLE record is available. There is no legal time limit, so any conviction will show up. How much weight the company will give to it is up to them, but it’s all available.

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The Marshall Mathers LP

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  • EMINEM THE MARSHALL MATHERS

UK version of the controversial rapper’s sophomore album, one of the fastest-selling rap albums of all time. Includes one bonus track, ‘The Kids’. 2000 release. Standard jewel case.Will the real Slim Shady please stand up? On Eminem’s sophomore album, he can’t decide who he wants to be: the deranged pseudo-psycho of the Slim Shady LP, or a nice guy who just likes to rhyme about slicing and dicing his girlfriend (“Kim”). Of course, according to Eminem, he’s just kidding. He refuses to take respon

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48 Responses to “What Are Federal Criminal Records?”

  • Superdimentiobros:

    You should animate “Wintertime in Hell” from the fifth episode of Raocow’s Mario Adventure LP.

  • DiamondPhoenix000:

    Oh raocow, you and your
    VERY FLAMMABLE GOLF MOTH stuff…

  • AnUntitledStory:

    I agree. I don’t see the point in saying “No, go watch all of his videos.” If one does not remember, it’s fine, but that response really is annoying to me. Rude at best downright cruel at worst, raocow has a freaking ton of videos.

  • batd:

    Hey there everyone, I present to you the new season of Breaking Bad starring Raocow

  • SagaciousManiac:

    yeah thanks! You can actually definitely hear the “puppuppup” in it.

  • eMsylf:

    K, good.

  • Phandiw:

    Not at all.

  • eMsylf:

    Need help? O.o

  • Phandiw:

    What can I say. Stupid ticks me off, if it’s directed directly at me. *shrugs*

  • eMsylf:

    Dude? What are you? 57 and depressed? Calm down. You’re getting upset over something really tiny here.

  • mesousaThinger:

    I love how these thing have a loose continuity.

  • Phandiw:

    Oh stop with the goddamned nonsense.

    Simple question, simple answer.

    If he wanted to go through every raocow video to find a throwaway quote, he wouldn’t have asked.
    It’s not that I don’t know what your explanation is. It’s that your explanation is stupid.

  • eMsylf:

    As said before, it takes away the fun of going through every recent Voxatron video! 🙂

  • Phandiw:

    If that was directed to someone else, then hey, accidents happen, no biggie.

    If you were seriously telling me not to answer the fellow’s question

    Then don’t be an ass.

  • Mangekyooou:

    I … love … this … <3
    This is amazing Oo

  • eMsylf:

    Don’t spoil it! :/

  • serertse:

    I know I just was.

  • Jimmy52905:

    Who else was scared shitless at 0:04? o.o

  • smedrik:

    Your entire criminal background can legally be inspected with the exception of sealed juvenile records.

  • PooPooLaTrash:

    Seven years. Illinois has no statute overriding federal law (Fair Credit Reporting Act) which mandates that criminal background checks may only go back seven years. However a federal level background check for a high security clearance, state licensure, or MEPS can go back for as long as you have been alive.
    ————-
    Illinois state law:

    State Law
    Abide by the Federal Trade Commission’s Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), 15 U. S. C. § 1661 et seq. and the following state ruling:
    (20 ILCS 2635/7 (A) (1) (2) (from ch. 38, par. 1607) – Illinois Uniform Conviction Information Act
    The following provisions shall apply to requests submitted pursuant to this Act for employment or licensing purposes or submitted to comply with the provisions of subsection (B) of this Section: (1) A requester shall, in the form and manner prescribed by the Department (Illinois Department of State Police), submit a request to the Department, and maintain on file for at least 2 years a release signed by the individual to whom the information request pertains. The Department shall furnish the requester with a copy of its response. (2) Each requester of conviction information furnished by the Department shall provide the individual named in the request with a copy of the response furnished by the Department. Within 7 working days of receipt of such copy, the individual shall have the obligation and responsibility to notify the requester if the information is inaccurate or incomplete.

  • Daniel Jolley "darkgenius":
    34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Powerful and unbelievably good from start to finish, May 14, 2003
    By 
    Daniel Jolley “darkgenius” (Shelby, North Carolina USA) –
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    This review is from: The Marshall Mathers LP (Audio CD)

    The release of The Marshall Mathers LP must have driven a whole bunch of Eminem-haters crazy because, with this second album, Eminem proved he was here to stay. In my opinion, this is the best of Eminem’s first three albums, taking the rap and hip-hop up more than a few notches from the already lofty heights attained in The Slim Shady LP. This artist’s unique personal flair really bursts forth here, giving us beats and rhymes much more complex and musically adept than what had come before. In addition, Eminem has by now thoroughly come into his own. He is intentionally courting controversy, daring his critics and those who would love to have him censored or simply locked away somewhere to step outside with everything they have. Those who will look underneath the violence and the swearing and the offensive remarks Eminem makes in his lyrics will find a deeply complex person with something important to say, a man who does, in his own special way, highlight the kind of real problems many young people face in the modern world, and the accusing fingers he points in all directions often serve to highlight the problems inherent in the individual and society itself. And, as he is wont to say, he is the only person brave enough to say these things.

    This album hits the floor running with Kill You, a track announcing to the world Eminem’s confidence in himself and rejection of authority and criticism. This level of comfort and confidence proves a great boon to the next track Stan, a song in which he reverses roles and plays the innocent good guy who is too late to help a deeply troubled fan. Eminem marvels at his own stardom in Who Knew and Marshall Mathers, breaks the news to the Eminem-haters that I’m Back, and taunts them all, with a little help from RBX and Sticky Fingez, with the track Remember Me?. The Way I Am is an important song, as Eminem clearly understands that his public persona is not the real Marshall Mathers but is rather whatever the people think he is; to his critics, he will always be a subversive criminal corrupting the youth of America, but to his fans he is something much different. Songs like Amityville (featuring Bizarre from D-12) and … Please II (with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit and Nate Dogg) raise the levels of violence and strong language up to a level that might not appeal to all Eminem fans, but the tracks are very well laid out. Criminal is the perfect ending to the album, a final statement about Eminem’s nature and the interpretation of what he does by the public at large. However, the most important track on this second album, in many ways the song that made me a fan, is Kim. This track, a prequel to the first album’s Bonnie and Clyde 97, is understandably controversial, seeing as how it is basically a fantasy about Eminem murdering his wife, but in a very, very strange way it is actually a love song of sorts. Few songs can rival it in terms of the immense power it communicates, especially toward the end when Eminem is basically shouting, letting go of all the betrayal and anger he feels inside.

    I am not really into rap and hip-hop in general, so it is difficult for me to review albums such as this. Beyond trying to communicate how incredible I think The Marshall Mathers LP is, the main point I would like to make is that no one should simply dismiss this music without listening to it for themselves. Many of those who objectively give Eminem a chance will still hate the guy, but it is much better to determine your own feelings first-hand as opposed to dissing the guy simply because you’ve heard he is violent and dangerous or because some group has labeled him a bad influence on young people.

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  • There Can Only Be One:
    34 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Well worth the wait, May 23, 2000
    By 
    There Can Only Be One (Only One Place) –

    This review is from: The Marshall Mathers LP (Audio CD)

    “The Marshall Mathers LP” is a stellar stand alone album and it is a more than impressive follow-up to “The Slim Shady LP” (which I thought was a classic)…In his first CD Eminem rapped about his life before he made his first album…in this album he talks about life since his first album…

    This album is full of the unbelievable lyrical twisting and word arrangement that has become synonymous with Eminem…(You become so used to hearing his awesome flow that you almost forget how hard it is to give you verse after verse of hot lyrics)…If you are a true hip-hop fan you will love this album…(like Rah Digga said “Checkin for the rhymes not checkin for the track”)…Pick any song and you will find more hot lyrics than you would find on the entire album of some of today’s “hottest” rappers…don’t get me wrong though…the tracks are hot too…

    The only place where the album lacks is in the guest appearances…None of the guests on the album can touch Eminem in lyrical skills so they actually sound really wack next to him…(except track 15…Dre, Snoop and Xzibit hold their own)…

    If you are familiar with Eminem, the album will not shock you as much as “The Slim Shady LP”…which is good…he has already made it known that he will say anythihg…any further attempt to prove that would be ridiculous…

    If you didn’t like the last album…or what Eminem has put out since…you won’t like this album…This album is full of the same themes, tones and content of his previous work…but if you loved what Eminem has put out before…you will definately love this…

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  • Kenneth M. Jackson "Kenn J.":
    232 of 277 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This is some SICK & TWISTED FUN!, May 24, 2000
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    Kenneth M. Jackson “Kenn J.” (Chicagoland) –
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    This review is from: The Marshall Mathers LP (Audio CD)

    If this CD was made by HBO films, it would definitely qualify as a “guilty pleasure”! Lyrically, Eminem is brutally honest and holds no punches – dissing everybody from Will Smith, Britney Spears, President Clinton, Christine Aguilera, Christopher Reeves…and so on. This boy has some serious issues! With 18 tracks deep of punchlines and hooks that hurt, you’ll get your money’s worth.

    Standout cuts are:

    “Marshall Mathers” – In his sick-but-honest manner, Em addresses issues that affect him personally like phony family members, Tupac and Biggie’s death, and boy bands.

    “Stan” – This track displays his true writing talent. In jarring detail, Em displays the thoughts of a troubled fan desparate for his attention.

    “Who Knew” – This is aimed directly at parents who blame all the troubles they have with their children on Em and others in the entertainment industry. Definitely worth the listen for those with teens.

    “Kim” – Not for those raised in an abusive household. Brutal, in-depth view of a jealous husband/lover with a motive to be “rid” of his girl.

    “Criminal” – Twisted and funny (especially the robbery scene). Eminem displays his many personalities with tight lyrics.

    Helping to hold this album down are his boys D-12 (Dirty Dozen) from his hometown Detroit. They represent on the demented “Amityville” track and on “Under The Influence”.

    Compared to his debut album, this album is a lot darker. Please remember folks, this is just entertainment. Relax and enjoy.

    -Kenetic Monk

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