Los Angeles County Public Records & Court Document Search & Retrieval
IBRC provides extensive public record and court document search and retrieval services to attorneys, businesses and private individuals. This service is available throughout Los Angles county and all of Southern California.
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Department of Motor Vehicles’ report of traffic violations, convictions or accidents. This report will show drunk driving, reckless driving, outstanding traffic warrants, suspensions, penal code violations, probations and/or revocations. It may also reveal the applicant’s full name, as well as verify his/her date of birth and physical description. It may also reveal activity in other states when the California driver’s license has been surrendered to obtain a new one.
The purpose of this portions of the search helps provide insight into the applicant’s ability to be responsible, identifies any alcohol or drug problems, determines whether the applicant failed to appear in court or neglected to pay fines, and determines if his/her license was suspended, restricted, or has expired. This search is extremely important when hiring an individual for a driving position. Failure to check driving records may result in negligent hiring litigation. The same risk exists if a position requires driving for company errands. An organization can be held liable for automobile accidents whether in a personal or company vehicle. The applicant’s full name, date of birth, driver’s license number, and the state of issue will ensure an accurate report.
This search provides insight into the applicant’s ability to be responsible, based on financial history. Since previous addresses and employment are part of the report, they can be cross-referenced with information provided by the applicant. Any aliases utilized by the applicant may also surface. The report indicates the applicant’s credit history as recorded in the files of national reporting agencies.
Of particular concern to a potential employer are residential addresses and prior employers that may be reflected in this report, but not listed by the applicant. Financial difficulties would also be uncovered.
A search, by county or district, at the Municipal, Superior or Federal court levels for lawsuits filed by or against the applicant (plaintiff or defendant). These lawsuits can sometimes reveal information regarding the applicant’s past activities and business ethics, wrongful discharge suits against former employers, breach of contracts, etc.
In this day and age of wrongful termination, discrimination, and sexual harassment litigation, this search is recommended to uncover a history of fraudulent lawsuits. Please provide the applicant’s full name, any aliases utilized, and areas where the applicant resided, worked, or attended school as an adult.
Felony and misdemeanor records search for convictions by county. We search by county for both misdemeanor and felony convictions.
Two unfortunate realities for today’s employers are workplace violence and negligent hiring litigation. By investigating an applicant’s criminal background, companies can avoid workplace violence, and can also prove to a court of law that they have exercised their due diligence in the hiring process.
Information regarding the applicant’s full name, aliases utilized, date of birth, and residential/business addresses are required to develop accurate records.
Federal Courts can also be searched for criminal violations of Federal Laws.
If you do not see a search category listed above, please contact us as the above list does not include all searchable categories.
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