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Does anyone know a free site to do online criminal checks?


Reason I'm asking is because a while ago my sister was hit by a drunk driving street racer. He's had prior minor convictions on alcohol related charges.

He's been giving my sister and mother the evil eye in court and has said some really inapropriate things, and I want to...have a talk with this guy.
 

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Holy crap! Could it be any worse? a DRUNK STREET RACER!?

Oh man... So sorry to hear that your family was involved with this scum.. Hopefully you guys milked EVERYTHING from him! He was at fault, right?

I'd like to know of a FREE background check as well, but I don't think they exist... At least a cheap one would be acceptable.

edit: I would also like to "have a talk with this guy".
 

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Thanks.

Yeah, it was his fault. He's underage, had priors that were alcohol and vehicle related.

Bad thing is that he's only 20, so he doesn't have anything to go after. But he's gonna do some time, and I hope he gets it in the an noose every day.

I'm just thinking of what we're going to "say" to him.
 

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I have for past reasons attempted to find same and they do not exist.
Any and all info you might desire that is actually useful will involve giving over of monies.

BTW as to court records that is public information (with exception of items sealed by the court) and can be had by the public freely for a fee from a court processor. Therein may lie additional information that you may seek in specific such as priors et. al.

$0.02 street

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I know a guy who got the name "basement killer" after passing out drunk while doing a burnout in a 69 firebird with a 455 race motor. His foot stayed on the gas and he woke up in someones newly finished basement in a wrecked firebird.
 

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was your sister hurt? visit to the hospitol?

She has 2 broken ankles. She was in the hospital having surgery from a bad doctor, he fucked it up to the point where one would heal club-footed. She had to wait for that to heal (read: 3 months *this happened in November, which was a _month_ after her wedding, and she didn't get out until Januaryish*) and then have them re-broken and have surgery again. Still in a wheel chair, going through physical therapy and rehab for the pain killers she became addicted to. Had to go into ICU a few times for blood clotts. She is 5'6" and WAS about 170ish. Now she's about 230ish.

It will take her YEARS to get BACK to where she was BEFORE THE INCEDENT, let alone in better shape. She's gone through a lot. She's probably lost more in her 23 years of life than some have in a lifetime.


Fucker's gonna pay. His friends were saying how he has some slight brain damage, wakes up with nightmares and paces a lot. To this I responded "So he walks, has bad dreams, is slightly *more* stupid, while my sister became a dangerously overweight handicapped drug addict?" ...silence...


I don't wish death upon him or his family or his friends. Just that he goes through not what she went through, cause that'd be WAY too easy. I hope he has to watch someone he loves and cares a great deal about go through the same. He has to make tough decisions that most people couldn't.

Physical pain goes away faster and easier than mental/emotional. That said, he's going to expierence both.
 

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Thank you Janq. I shall retrieve said records and act accordingly.
 

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You can also get a copy of the police report which in most cases has all the particulars of an individual minus DL number, social security number and the like.

the copy of the report would most likely be $10 or so
 

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Yep.^^

In some states, like from my own experiences MA and VA but IIRC (it's been some time) not MD or DC, they will even provide the person directly involved in the accident a copy of the field/accident report and in VA if you ask nicely a copy of the officers secondary/supplemental report/assesment which may even include his own notes & thoughts.
I did and got exactly this during the huge accident we had endured back in '03 (deemed by everyone police and insurance as being not at fault).

Ghoul best of luck to you.
Just be sure to not get yourself into trouble over this and do not make public references toward your intentions, plans, subsequent actions, or anything.
Dirt is meant to be on if not under ground.

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Physical pain goes away faster and easier than mental/emotional. That said, he's going to expierence both.
I can't go away from this thread without posting...

if you are serious about what you say, remember this. it will be your fault when things go seriously wrong... for you or him. let the law run its course and handle the problem. things should work themself out in the end.

you are definitely going to run the chance of putting yourself and/or your family in a world of hurt by going after someone. its just my warning and my $.02. trust me when i say i have seen it 1000 times, literally, and it has gone bad every time.
 

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im with Global on this one. its not like he doesn't know who you are. what if he comes back for you, then you for him again? where does it stop?
 

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Oh, don't get me wrong. I'd love to hurt the guy, but I'm not stupid.

I have good relationships with a lot of people. Doctors, lawyers, cops, criminals, body guards/former secret servicemen, firemen/paramedics, teachers, video store managers, etc.

Relationships with people. People in high places. People in low places.



That said, this guy has never seen my face. He has no clue who the girl's brother looks like, IF he even knows I exist.
 

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Did a little research. If convicted on all 5 counts, he'll be doing a mandatory 9 years, on TOP of what ever else is deemed necessary.

3 counts of felonious bodily harm due to DUI=3 years a piece=9 years+what ever.

There was a deal on the table, but he decided to plead not guilty. Smart move for someone with the cards stacked against him.

IMO his best bet is to say he was so intoxicated that he didn't know what he was doing, but that won't do jack shit. Guy's going down hard.
 

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how many people did he hit in this accident? he might not necessarily be convicted of all three counts, especially if you are counting each injury/broken bone as a count. he will have a lawyer as well. so don't start corking the champagne just yet, and don't give your sister false hope, either. you might feel compelled to make good on that promise if the chips don't stack as well in your favor as you predict.
 

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how many people did he hit in this accident? he might not necessarily be convicted of all three counts, especially if you are counting each injury/broken bone as a count. he will have a lawyer as well. so don't start corking the champagne just yet, and don't give your sister false hope, either. you might feel compelled to make good on that promise if the chips don't stack as well in your favor as you predict.

He had 4 passengers in his car, two of which were injured. Everyone that was injured (my sister, him, and the other 2 in his car) was admitted to the ER and stayed for at least 2 days (2 weeks in my sister's case, and then transfered).

Bodily harm via DUI is a felonious charge. Having broken bones, lacerations, etc. is bodily harm in the CVC.
 

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ah well thats different.

Yeah. I looked at the court case, charges, and his priors. There is no way he won't do time.
 
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