US Federal District Court
The United States district courts are the trial courts of the federal court system. Within limits set by Congress and the Constitution, the district courts have jurisdiction to hear nearly all categories of federal cases, including both civil and criminal matters. Securitech conducts “hands on” inspection of criminal case file information from this court.
US Federal District court addresses cases involving international trade and customs issues and cases involving smuggling, illegal immigration, and postal crimes. Felony crimes handled by Homeland Security, including Border Patrol, Drug Enforcement Agency, Treasury Department and Postal authorities are adjudicated in this court.
Securitech will report the case number, date of birth, file date, disposition date. We will also include the identifiers used to match the applicant to the defendant, such as Name and Date of Birth; or Name, Date of Birth and SSN. Securitech reports cases for which there are two (2) or more identifiers.
Finally, Securitech will provide case details including description of the crime, type of crime, disposition, any fines assessed by the court, any court fees assessed, and probation or prison time ordered. Additional sentencing information will also be provided, when applicable.
Securitech reports any felony conviction within seven (7) years unless expunged or sealed/secret.
Out of State Criminal Records Search
Specific county searches are performed in jurisdictions that are found on the Social Security Number Trace Report, employment, and residence sections of the application. Securitech, Inc. reports any felony record found unless dismissed, expunged, or sealed/secret. Securitech, Inc. reports any misdemeanor record found within 7 years unless dismissed, expunged, or sealed/secret.
In accordance with Section 613 of the FCRA a county level search should be conducted to confirm most current information.