California Public Records
California Public Records Act was established so that the public is guaranteed access to public records of governmental bodies. Also on December 2011 a superior court ruled in favor of disclosing budget records of individual lawmakers. Anyone can request this public documents in California and a purpose as to why does not need to be stated.
Some fun facts about California
California sits in the western part of the United States and stretches along the Pacific ocean for nearly 900 miles. California is known for its massive redwoods, Mojave Desert, and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
State Nick Name: Golden State
State Tree: California Redwood
State Animal: Grizzly Bear
State Bird: California Valley Quail
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California Criminal Records
California differs from other court systems within other states. California’s court system used to be made up of superior and municipal courts. Because of this each court would have its own jurisdiction and their judges where defined by legislature.
In 1998 California voters would go ahead and approve a single, superior court system and by 2001 all 58 counties would have one unified trial court. You can run a criminal search by accessing our database of over 1 billion records in all 50 states.
California Sex Offender Registryis an important part of searching records. California does provide a centralized searchable sex offender registry but results may only be limited to the specific types of sex offenses.
California DUI Records
Like other states if you drink and drive you will have consequences. How long will a misdemeanor DUI stay on your criminal record and California DMV record? 10 years starting from your arrest date.
When could you face jail time for a DUI in California. First time DUI: you may not face any jail time unless there is an aggravating circumstance. Second DUI: law states you will go to jail for a minimum of 96 hours. Third DUI within 10 years: A minimum jail sentence of 120 days. fourth DUI within 10 years You could face a possible felony DUI charges and may serve state prison time of a minimum of 16 months.
California Background Checks
Need to run a background check on someone in California? You have options. To learn more about running a background check from the State of California Department of Justice click here.
Finding California Public Records faster
California public records can be found by either searching your local courts and police stations if you have the time to do so. If your short on time and would like a faster way to search over a billion records in all 50 states including California you can run a California Public Record search by using the search form below. This data is compiled from Federal, State, and County data sources.