Arkansas Arrest Records what are they?
An arrest record shows the suspected persons criminal activity and is considered to be public data that can be accessed through the state or federal court system. The data within an arrest record will show what crime was committed and when the arrest record took place. The arrest record report will show what act was committed. Theft, drug, alcohol, violent, traffic and so on.
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Are Criminal conviction records different from Arkansas Arrest Records?
Keep in mind that just because an individual was arrested they may not have been convicted of a crime. In some cases these individuals were arrested but found innocent. Only when a conviction is made is that made public record, and that is what is upheld as proof of criminal action. Keep in mind there is a difference between an arrest record and a conviction.
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Who can arrest someone in the United States?
Federal Police – The FBI, DEA, and ATF all officers who work for the DOJ (Department of Justice. Because of the U.S. Constitution federal officers cannot exercise general policing.
State Police – This individuals typically operate of the Attorney General’s office.
County – Typically rules and power vary greatly from county to county.
Expungement of Arkansas Arrest Records
Expungement is defined as the conveyed, legal authorization to eliminate the reference of a past criminal conviction from that individuals Arkansas Arrest Records that has been convicted of criminal action. If expungement is granted that crime in question is removed from that individuals criminal record and they will no longer be required to reference this criminal act in questioning.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
The freedom of information Act is a federal law that gives the right for full or partial admission (transparency) to documents controlled by the United States Government. This amendment was signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 4. 1966. This started a domino’s effect and other state governments followed passing their own FOI law giving public access to records that would include an individual’s Arkansas Arrest Records.
Things would get even easier in the year 1996 as the Electronic Freedom of Information act was passed allowing certain records to be available electronically. This made searching for court records and arrest history results even easier.
Arkansas Location Census Stats
Arkansas Crime Rate Statistics:
Driving Under The Influence: 7,811
Disorderly Conduct: 3,292
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