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About West Virginia Criminal Records

Have you spent time in jail in West Virginia, or know someone who has? Not all criminals have done time in prison and criminal records contain all kinds of information you may not necessarily be aware of. If you have issues with someone in your life in West Virginia and you believe they’re hiding a criminal history, you have access to that information online. The state believes it’s not only your right, it’s your responsibility to look up what you need to know about a person’s criminal record. Find out details on a weapons charge, a violent assault, and even sexual misconduct by looking into a particular person’s criminal records in West Virginia. From neighbors to friends to coworkers, no one can escape their criminal background in WV.

Criminal records contain a variety of information depending on the individual in question. You can get details on an outstanding warrant, time spent in lockup, or even on identifying characteristics like birthmarks and tattoos that can help you identify a criminal. Crimes in West Virginia that see their day in court are guaranteed to end in a criminal record for someone, and smaller crimes like traffic crime and even breaking and entering are likely to result in a criminal record, too. You should know what your own West Virginia criminal record says about you, and what other people are able to look up about you online. Criminal records are public for a reason and it’s your right to know what kind of criminal activity your family may be exposed to.