Drunk driving, DUI, DWI Criminal Records: FAQ

DUI / DWI Criminal Records: FAQ

Driving under the influence (driving while intoxicated, drunk driving, drinking and driving) is the act of operating any vehicle after consuming alcohol or other drugs. DUI or DWI are synonymous terms that represent the criminal offense of operating a vehicle while being under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

DUI means Driving Under the Influence and a prosecutor must prove that the driver was impaired by alcohol, even if they didn’t reach the legal blood alcohol content of the state.

DWI means Driving While Intoxicated, and is typically more serious, because it means the driver was caught driving at or over the legal limit.

People can still get a license with DWI convictions, but their driver’s license will likely be restricted to only work or court-approved driving.

Getting a DWI is considered a common crime – and a mistake made by lots of people at some point in their life.
However, DWI convictions can be a major red flag for other people, particularly potential employers. You should keep track of your DWI records to see what other people are finding out about you, while searching for public records.

Make sure your DUI or DWI record isn’t making you look bad, keep track of your public records online.

Why – you might ask? Well, your family and friends will probably forgive you, but it’ll be much harder to give a good first impression with a DWI or DUI hanging over your head – especially at job interviews.
A routine background check, even an online public record search will bring up your DUI / DWI record.
You might be denied jobs – even non-driving jobs — because having a DWI could make you look irresponsible in the eyes of potential employers.
And with the popularity of online background checks, even new friends or dates could be judging you on your criminal record without you being aware of.  Investigations123.com offers you a 5-day risk-free trial, here.

A sample report is provided below…

Comprehensive Criminal Background Check Sample Report
Comprehensive Criminal Background Sample Report

How to Do-It-Yourself a People Search, Online, and Save Time and Money

How to Do It Yourself a People Search, Online

Do you still remember that co-worker from a previous job, that you really got along well with, many years ago? Or perhaps there was a girl or guy that was in your class in high school, that you still remember as if it was yesterday?  In both situations, you wish you had kept in touch with them.  Perhaps now you are wondering what they are doing now… happily married, divorced, kids?

There isn’t better time to stop wondering what your long-lost family members, old friends, or acquaintances are up to, right now.  You see, once you find them via online search tools from the comfort of your home, you can find out for yourself how they are actually doing, nowadays.  Imagine their reaction when they find out you cared about them, expressed by your active online search!  Every day, there are success stories such as a mother finding a child she gave up for adoption many years ago, or someone falling in love with an ex-high school sweetheart.

A people search is an online method by which you can easily discover family members, friends, old acquaintances or co-workers with whom you lost contact with, over the course of your life.

A people search is a relatively easy task to carry out, online.  It only takes a computer, access to the Internet, available time, and a small fee for a 5-day risk-free trial (for $2.95 with Investigations 123 com, here).  However, not many people know how to effectively conduct online People Searches, on a do-it-yourself basis.

We’ll show you here how to conduct your own investigation searches that will produce solid results.

  • Google and Bing – both are the main search engines where you can start your people search, online.  You can do a search using the person’s first and last names surrounded by quotation marks.  Unfortunately, it may produce a long list of people sharing the same first and last name.  To narrow your search down, simply add a single term to the search that indicates a unique detail, e.g. the last known place, possible current location, a hobby or interest, occupation or any accomplishment.
  • Social Networking Sites – There are a few sites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn) that allow you to search for people by full name, email address or place.
  • White Pages – You may find the person you are looking for via online White Pages, but you’ll not be able to get access to any information without paying a fee to such website they are linked to.
  • Vital Records – If you need more detailed information for your People Search (e.g. birth certificates, death records, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, adoption records, criminal records or land records), you’ll probably spend many hours searching the web and looking for the applicable state or county websites that host the public records being required.

If you really want to increase the odds of finding the person you are looking for, try a combination of all of those methods provided above.

The right solution is to conduct your People Search through a reliable People Search Engine.  You’ll also want one with a small fee offering a risk-free trial, and that provides you with unlimited searches and access to all the public resources you need in one single application.

So, if you want to get back in touch with anyone you miss dearly, renew an old friendship, or find a family member, make it easy on yourself.

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Warrants For Arrest Reports: FAQ

Warrants For Arrest Reports: FAQ

An arrest warrant is a warrant issued by and on behalf of the state, which authorizes the arrest and detention of an individual.

Warrants are typically issued by courts but can also be issued by one of the chambers of the United States Congress or other legislatures (via the call of the house motion) and other political entities.

In the United States, an arrest warrant must be supported by a signed and sworn affidavit showing probable cause that:

1. a specific crime has been committed, and
2. the person named in the warrant committed said crime.

Hence, the form and content of an arrest warrant may be similar to the following:

Municipal Court, San Diego Judicial District

To any peace officer of the realm: Complaint upon oath having been brought before me that the crime of larceny has been committed, and accusing John Doe of the same, you are hereby commanded forthwith to arrest and bring that person before me. Bail may be admitted in the sum of $1,000.00. Dated: 1 July 2097. /s/ Judge Snyder, presiding judge.

In most jurisdictions, an arrest warrant is required for misdemeanors that do not occur within view of a police officer. However, as long as police have the necessary probable cause, a warrant is usually not needed to arrest someone suspected of a felony. Laws may vary from state to state, in the US.

You can see below a warrant for arrest sample report

Warrant Report Sample Investigation Report
Warrant Report Sample Investigation Report

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Outstanding arrest warrant

An outstanding arrest warrant is an arrest warrant that hasn’t been served.

A warrant may be outstanding if the person named in the warrant is intentionally evading law enforcement, or the agency responsible for executing the warrant has a backlog of warrants to serve, or is unaware that a warrant is out for him/her.

Some states have laws placing various restrictions on persons with outstanding warrants, such as prohibiting renewal of driver’s license or even obtaining a passport.