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Federal Criminal Records

The Federal Criminal Records search directly accesses the Federal Crime Repository to identify criminal convictions on federal charges including, but not limited to, securities and tax law violations, immigration violations, embezzlement, terrorism, weapons violations, interstate drug crimes and civil rights violations. Federal crimes tend to be very serious in nature; therefore we strongly recommend the Federal Criminal Records search for important, high-ranking positions. In addition, the Federal Criminal Records search will reveal serious "white-collar" crimes making it a vital search for financial, executive and managerial positions.

Potential Outcome (Result)

Clear:

A search of the Federal District Court’s (selected by the client) index did not find a subject - within the scope of the search - whose identifiers matched the candidate information submitted by the client. Clear means the candidate did not have a record on file at the Federal District Court searched by Info Cubic. It does not mean that the candidate does not have a record anywhere else.

Hit:

A search of the Federal District Court’s (selected by the client) index did find a subject whose identifiers matched the candidate information submitted by the client. NOTE: Federal records historically do not contain identifiers (DOB, SSN) – accordingly, most matches are Name Match Only. The record information will be provided to the client. A hit returns records from the Federal District Court searched. It does not preclude the possibility that the subject has additional records in courts not searched by Info Cubic.


Matching Rules for Identifiers on Records

Typically we are supplied 3 usable identifiers for an applicant:

  • First and last name (sometimes a middle name or initial)
  • Date of Birth (DOB)
  • Social Security Number (SSN)

The researcher will utilize these identifiers when reviewing the criminal index. A typical match is made using first and last name and DOB. The recent trend has been for courts to withhold SSNs from public indexes due to concerns over identify theft. When present, SSN will be utilized in the match. Civil and Federal civil and bankruptcy searches are almost exclusively name match only searches. Because civil cases are not criminal in nature, there is not a booking process that gathers identifiers. Instead, cases are filed by plaintiffs in civil court. In some instances the address of the defendant may be available for matching purposes.

Federal criminal searches do involve a booking process and identifiers are gathered. However, this information is generally held by the U.S. Marshals Service and is not part of the case file information stored by the Federal District Court.

Federal Criminal Records Sample Report

DISTICT REQUESTED: SOUTHERN, FLORIDA
NAME SUBMITTED: RICAHRD GERE
DOB SUBMITTED: 02/12/61
SS# SUBMITTED: 235-465-7890
SEARCHED PLANTIFF AND DEFENDANT IN FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT, WHICH INCLUDES ALL FEDERAL CIVIL FILINGS INDENXED BY THE U.S DISTRICT COURT FROM 1992 TO PRESENT
NOTE: - 1 POSSIBLE RECORD (S) FOUND-
-PLEASE THOROUGHLY CHECK RECORD TO DETERMINE-
-IF MATCHES COINCIDE
MATCH #1: 1  
CASE NUMBER: 36GN32568
FILE DATE: 02/02/95
PLAINTIFF: MICKY ROKE
DEFENDANT: CCB ENTERPRISE
JUDGMENT DATE: 06/25/96
JUDGMENT: FOR PLAINTIFF, IN THE AMOUNT OF $250,000.00
ADDITIONAL NOTES:  


This is a Federal Criminal Records sample report.

FAQ

Q: I know that someone has been arrested in the past. Will this report show that?

Arrest records will not be provided. The only criminal record information provided will be related to criminal convictions. If a person was arrested and then released without being convicted, this information will not be reflected in our reports. Depending on the county courthouse, arrest records may occasionally be returned if the case is still ongoing or awaiting trial. Since a person is innocent until proven guilty, arrest records should never be used to make a hiring decision. Only criminal convictions should be used in making decisions.

 

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