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About Minnesota Criminal Records

Do you have a criminal record from time spent in Minnesota? Whether you’re curious about your own criminal record or you have questions about someone you know, a quick criminal record search can tell you what you need to find out. Maybe your kids are hanging around with someone you suspect has a history with crime, or maybe a family member has been hiding information about a past criminal transgression. From violent crime to petty theft, no crime is too small or too large to be recorded by the state. Minnesota has over a dozen federal courthouses, but it also has hundreds of smaller, more localized courts, too. Whether you live on one of the lakes, in a major metropolitan area, or in the suburbs, you have a right to know who your neighbors are.

Criminal records contain a lot of information, particularly if the person in question has a long history with the law. Tattoos, plea deals, even last known address may be found in detail within a MN criminal history – you never know what you’re going to find when you start digging into someone’s past. Keep yourself and your family safer in Minnesota by knowing more about the people you do business with. Whether the criminal was tried at the US Federal Courthouse in Minneapolis to the Custom House in St. Paul, each and every state courtroom has the ability to add to, change, and even release criminal records. What you need to know is ready and waiting and all it takes is a few minutes and an internet connection.