Crimes covering a wide variety of offenses such as armed
robberies, assaults, drug sales and possession, and murders.
Crimes of a lesser nature than felonies that usually result
in a jail sentence of less than one year, fines less than
$2000, and/or community service.
Sex Offender Listings
– In the late 90’s, individual states enacted
Megan’s Law which made information available to the
public regarding the F.B.I.’s national sex offender
registry. Online criminal records checks will reveal the
names of individuals on the registry.
– The failures of individuals on parole to follow
the conditions of their release from prison in an important
respect. Only people serving a jail sentence for the commission
of a felony offense are eligible for parole.
– The failures of individuals on probation to follow
the conditions of their probation in an important respect.
Probation, instead of local jail time or a prison sentence,
is offered to individuals convicted of felonies and misdemeanors
and who are
not considered threats to the public.
– Violations that are of a serious nature, such as
those resulting in a death, will be included as part of
one’s criminal records history in most states.
These criminal records contain information on individuals,
such as the type and description of the offense, dates of
disposition and conviction, sentence imposition, photos,
and other information.
– These criminal records contain information indicating
that an individual has been convicted of a crime, has received
a less than honourable discharge from the military, or has
been placed on probation, parole, or imprisoned by any law
enforcement agency or military body.
Reports on individuals with imprisonment stays within a
U.S. Federal or State prison and their parole and probation
reports, including active or inactive status. These reports
detail the offense, duration of sentence, release date,
and other additional criminal records data.