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Public Records

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Divorce Records

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Driving Records

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United States Arrest Records

The Arrest Records registry features police reports and arrests in the United States. These reports contain facts about arrests made by United States police, and include records on wanted people, the intensity of their charges, relevant sentences, names and identifying features of arrested individuals, and the dates such instances occurred.

United States Criminal Records

This section details municipal and criminal court decisions, outcomes, and liens in the United States. Here, you may study information about bankruptcies, legal judgements, contract disputes, small claims court decisions, foreclosures and eviction notices.

United States Public Records

This section contains facts about records that are considered open and public in the United States. This includes local property ownership, details on a citizen's birth, marriages and death records, as well as any archives relating to an individual or their family.

United States Divorce Records

Within the divorce record section, you'll find records outlining court dates of divorce proceedings, the participation in those cases, those involved, settlements, and results. The municipal records go back three decades in the United States.

United States Driving Records

Information involving infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies involving traffic transgressions are available in the Driving Records section. Any occurrences involving drivers are described here, including drivers that operate while intoxicated, commited vehicular manslaughter along with other more severe crimes, and drivers who have commited more minor offenses. Both first time and repeat offenses are obtainable.

United States People Search

The People Search enables individuals to look for and locate people based on details including their full name, actual or email address, phone number, relatives or house mates. Once located, additional proprietary information is provided for the target individual.

Public Records Database

Our comprehensive public records database includes over 2 billion records and covers over 95% of the U.S. population. These records are collected from both public and private sources across the nation.

  • 2,700 Counties Nationwide
  • 600 Federal Courthouses
  • 10,000 State Courts
  • 2,800 County Sheriff Offices
  • 6,100 Municipal Courts
  • 5,000 Vital Records Offices
  • 11,000 Police Departments

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