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About Vermont Criminal Records

Want to know more about someone’s criminal record in Vermont? Maybe your childhood friend has been in the news for assault or perhaps your new girlfriend seems like she’s hiding something from her past. Whether you have concerns, questions, or simply want to know specifics, searching through someone’s criminal records file is a good way to get what you need. In Vermont, the government spends a lot of time and money ensuring the general public has access to information that may help keep it safe. It’s your right as a resident of Vermont to know whether you’re living next door to a convicted felon or if your children are associating with known criminals. Not everyone with a criminal history is dangerous, but it’s your decision to make and having all the facts helps.

People can’t outrun their criminal records no matter how hard they try. If you have reason to believe someone was charged with a crime in Vermont, you just need an internet connection and a few minutes to find out. From drug charges to violent offenses to petty theft, all criminal activity that’s decided by the Vermont court system goes on someone’s permanent record. Whether you have questions about an associate who spent a little too much time at the Custom House in Newport or if you just want to find out the truth about someone you already know, criminal records are a good place to start. Vermont residents can’t hide from their criminal history because you have a right to know.