Criminal Court Checks - - PrescribeHire - For relief of applicant and hiring headaches.
Criminal Court Checks - - PrescribeHire - For relief of applicant and hiring headaches.
Criminal Court Checks - - PrescribeHire - For relief of applicant and hiring headaches.

Criminal Court Checks

Perform geographic-specific criminal court checks for each candidate, discovering any past or pending criminal charges filed against the candidate. Records are searched in a number of ways, dependent upon the type and scope of the search you request.


County Courthouse Search

The candidate’s address and employment history are used as a search guide to determine which counties to check. County court searches are typically conducted manually, requiring a court researcher to travel to the courthouse and search through records onsite. County level criminal charges can include everything from traffic offenses to misdemeanors and felonies.

Statewide Search

In some states, county records from criminal cases are submitted into a statewide database or repository. In other instances, county records and state records may be held separately. Many states only collect county level criminal court records on arrests or felony charges. PrescribeHire can recommend the best search methods for a particular state and help you determine which is the most efficient and cost effective way to obtain the data you need.

Federal District Search

Federal court records searches can unearth many important pieces of criminal records information, particularly for those charges not recorded or prosecuted at the state or county level. These can include everything from civil rights violations and immigration issues to interstate drug or weapons crimes. No single federal criminal database exists, but PrescribeHire can recommend the best national searches to get you the peace of mind you need to proceed with hiring.

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