Federal District Criminal Court Record Search – RiskAware performs Federal District Court Records searches by dispatching our nationwide network of Court Runners who appear personally at federal courthouses within any one of 95 U.S. federal judicial districts to request information. Each U.S. state has one or more Federal Districts, including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Federal cases are as well heard in Guam, the Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands. Federal Crimes are typically severe violations such as embezzlement, weapons or drug charges, pornography or exploitation of children, crimes on federal property or that cross state lines, or breaches of the Constitution. Since each federal judicial district has its own courts, judges, clerks, hierarchy and administrative structure, the experience and knowledge of RiskAware and it’s researchers in navigating search requests are imperative for gaining reliable results.
Federal policy restricts access to court records for as long as seven years, and requires personal identifiers be removed or redacted before records are made public, upgrading the requirement for RiskAware’s research skill in matching case identifiers to your applicant.