The Arrest Records computer registry handles police reports and arrests in Charleston. These reports contain details on arrests made by Charleston law enforcement, and include records on wanted individuals, the extent of their charges, sentences if relevant, names and identifying characteristics of arrested individuals, and the dates such instances took place.
This portion details civil and criminal court decisions, outcomes, and liens in Charleston. Information regarding bankruptcies, legal judgements, contract disputes, small claims court decisions, foreclosures and eviction notices are available in this section, where it is available for study and procurement
Public records held by the government of Charleston are considered available to its citizens, and can located in the Public Records section. Any Charleston archives, such as local property ownership, information on a citizens' birth, marriage and death certificates are available in this section.
Inside the divorce record section, you can get records outlining court dates of divorce proceedings, the participation in those proceedings, those involved, settlements, and consequences. This info have been collected going back as far a Thirty years, and remain readily available for research and procurement in this particular section.
This section features legal proceedings involving infractions, misdemeanors and felony traffic violations. Any occurrences involving drivers are recorded here, including drivers that operate while intoxicated, commited vehicular manslaughter as well as other more serious crimes, and drivers that have commited more minor offences. Both first-time and repeat offenses can be found.
Based upon information like full name, physical or email address, phone number, relatives or house mates, the Charleston People Search section offers a robust research tool to people of CharlestonMore details on the particular citizen is supplied upon finding that citizen in the corresponding database.
Our comprehensive public records database includes over 2 billion records and covers over 95% of the U.S. population. These records are collected from both public and private sources across the nation.