Public records are criminal and civil recordings that are generally available for public view and can be obtained from the court for free or a small fee. They normally include criminal records, civil recordings (small claims and circuit civil), family and probate, and bankruptcy courts. They are also usually housed at different locations, often times in different cities for the same jurisdiction. Seasoned professionals know as “Courthouse Moles” are well-versed at researching these records in their local area and are used by attorneys and investigators to quickly identify and retrieve them.
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