At BeenVerified, we know a lot of the legal jargon that goes along with background checking is kind of confusing (trust us, sometimes we even have to use good ol’ Wikipedia to help us out). So, we thought we’d list some common legal dispositions and put them in some language that we all can actually understand: Continue reading
With thousands of criminal records yet to be digitized, the only way to find them is to physically go in person to the country courthouse. Since we know many of you don’t have the time, BeenVerified created a special network of “court runners” who will do all of the heavy lifting for you.
Dealing with government courts is not the easiest process. Most of the time, it’s a headache waiting to happen. So, while we are constantly working to expand and improve our database, there are a few specific issues that should be considered regarding the availability of particular records: Continue reading
Now that you understand how court records are classified and why, you may need some assistance in navigating and analyzing the details of an individual record. Well, you came to the right place. If you still do not understand how criminal records are classified or perhaps need a refresher, please take a minute to read a full explanation of “Likely Matches” “Possible Matches” and “Not Likely Matches.” The following assumes that you are already comfortable with this material.
At BeenVerified, we get a lot of people asking us about how to analyze and understand the information presented from criminal records. Remember, criminal records come from over 500 counties around the country, each with a unique system for reporting. We wish there was one standard protocol across the country as well – Sigh…
Don’t worry, we are here to help. We thought it would be great to share a step-by-step breakdown of how exactly to read criminal records on BeenVerified. So read on and before you know it, you will be breezing through criminal records like you’re a regular Dick Tracy.