By SARAH ESTHER LAGESON
It doesn’t matter whether they’re accurate—criminal records are all over the internet, where anyone can find them. And everyone do...
For those wondering where the limit on Telephone Consumer Protection Act wrong number cases might be, keep looking.
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The Indian judiciary comprises of nearly 15,000 courts situated in approximately 2,500 court complexes throughout the country.
The Magistracy exercises original jurisdiction in relation to summary criminal matters. The Magistrates’ Courts also facilitate Preliminary Inquiries into serious criminal matters t...
Nairobi’s Makadara Law Courts has commenced the process of digitizing court records in line with a directive issued by Chief Justice David Maraga.
Chief Magistrate Em...
For anyone who’s not a lawyer, accessing court records in Kansas is a headache. Depending on the type of court, successfully obtaining records can involve an endless list of obstacl...
The coronavirus pandemic has brought misery, if not inconvenience, to the vast majority of the...
Back in the 80's and 90's we had to call the courts.
In the "old days" we didn't have internet or online access.
We didn't even have research...
Leading public records research provider, Wholesale Screening Solutions, announces the launch of its continuous court activity monitoring solution. The solution uses intelligent automatio...
In lieu of recent outbreaks of virus strains, Corra Group is preparing to offer background checks to Healthcare Employers who need to ramp up their hiring process.
The Background Buzz, the industry leading e-magazine for HR and background screening professionals added ‘Social Media’ and ‘Drug Screening’ Thought Leadership con...
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