Not all applicant history can be found in a criminal search alone.
By ordering civil searches, you can learn more about a job applicant’s
previous history and their background.
Most potential litigation can be found in the lower and upper county civil court indexes.
These records are primarily between individuals and businesses. County civil court records are usually
based on personal action and accountability and may prove meaningful when hiring new employees.
Civil cases can also be held on a federal level through the US District Court. These courses typical
revolve around the government or those that cross multiple state lines. Cases in this area may be
relevant to your hiring decision-making processes.