What Is a Warrant?

What is a warrant? A warrant is an order from a court that authorizes law enforcement officials to arrest or search someone.

Warrants are issued when there is probable cause to believe that someone has committed a crime. Warrants are also issued in civil cases, such as when a party is ordered to appear in court to answer to a complaint.

If you are looking for other information about someone, you can run a reverse phone number search to find out.

What Information Generally Shows up on a Background Check?

What shows up on a background check? The answer to this question depends on the type of background check that is conducted. Generally speaking, though, most background checks will reveal criminal history, employment history, and education history.

A criminal history will show any crimes that the person has been convicted of, as well as any arrests that have resulted in a criminal charge.

Employment history will list the person's past employers and the dates of employment. Education history will show the person's academic history, including the schools attended and the degrees earned.

There are a few other things that may show up on a background check. For example, a credit check may reveal any bankruptcies or outstanding debts that the person has. Additionally, a driving record may show any traffic violations that the person has been convicted of.

While a background check will generally reveal a lot of information about a person, it is important to note that it is not always 100% accurate. There may be some information that is missing or incorrect. Therefore, it is always best to consult with a lawyer if you are concerned about the information that is shown on a background check.

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