From our site, you can find many pages like this.
It's AMAZING how many times a social security number is written on an
official document in a margin or notation, legal documents are considered to be
public information. Those include addresses, aliases and who knows what else, it
depends on the form they use and the laws concerning the release of files, but
most of the time, EVERYTHING is current. Another source like that would be land
registries and deeds on file at the local courthouse.
: This is easy, jails or sheriff's departments will post arrest
warrants or population lists right on their sites. Those that don't will usually
tell you almost anything over the phone or by email. To find those pages, visit
our main page and follow the inmate search links for prison or county
jail inmate search
in the state you want. Usually you won't get anything
more than what the offender is locked up or wanted for, but you can check dates
to determine if they are still in a certain area.
One last tip for now: If you want to
, TRY! It's understandable that you get frustrated, disappointed
or feel like giving up. Not everyone can be found the ways I described, but it
is a reliable source and often is the same information you would pay other
companies for, so if it's worth a little time and effort to save some money,
give it a shot. It's safe to say that more than half of the nation has something
about them online, somewhere.
The moral of this article is this: Don't pay anyone for public
right away if you have the time to try it yourself first. YES, it is
frustrating, we do it daily and it can be a pain, but when you are successful,
it's satisfying and the reward is reconnecting with loved ones or getting help
for your situation.
Keep it Str8!