With years of experience and an abundance of resources, RASi is able to provide a vast array of Court Record Services throughout the local, state, and federal court systems. Whether you are looking for civil litigation matters, criminal history inquiries, or bankruptcy proceedings, we have a comprehensive understanding of the complex court systems and the familiarity of their record keeping systems. Our skilled researchers can assist you in locating pending or closed cases, party information, judgments and other case related-documents in a timely and efficient manner.
Whether you are a financial institution performing due diligence for a transaction, an employer performing pre-employment screening, or in need of any court record searches or retrievals for other purposes, RASi is the premier choice of service providers and will provide you with professional service and comprehensive court record services.
Bankruptcy cases are legal proceedings pertaining to financial matters and are processed through the federal court system, specifically by the United States Bankruptcy Court (USBC). The most common types of bankruptcy cases are Chapter 7 (Straight Bankruptcy/Liquidation), Chapter 11 (Reorganization), and Chapter 13 (Debt Adjustment) cases. These cases can be lengthy lasting for months or even years and often become complex as related civil matters from other local, state, and federal courts may arise.
For years, RASi has performed public record searches of the USBC's indexing systems and located relevant case information for clients. RASi can help you obtain docket information, retrieve copies of petitions, motions, discharges, or other case related documents, or provide additional case research and retrievals to meet your needs. RASi also maintains a network of research specialists that can access older case files stored by the National Archive Center.
With vast experience in performing bankruptcy searches, you can be assured RASi will perform a diligent and comprehensive search. For more information on bankruptcy searches or to place an order, please contact a representative in our Client Services Department.
Civil Lawsuits, commonly referred to as Civil Litigation or Civil Actions, are court proceedings initiated by a plaintiff(s) to seek legal, monetary, or equitable relief from another party referred to as the defendant(s). In a civil lawsuit, the defendant(s) may also file a claim or cross-action against the plaintiff(s) to seek legal, monetary, or equitable relief. If a case is not settled between the parties, a trial takes place and the court or jury will then issue a judgment in favor of the prevailing party. A judgment can consist of monetary damages, court orders, injunctions, or other court resolutions.
Civil lawsuits are filed at all levels of government including local court systems, state court systems, and federal court systems. Within each court system, there are different courts assigned the authority or jurisdiction to process various types of civil matters. Most commonly these courts are called small claims courts, limited jurisdiction courts, and general jurisdiction courts. These courts process all types of case matters from evictions to complex litigation, with the exception of bankruptcy or criminal matters.
For years, RASi has performed public record searches of the civil court systems and located relevant case information for clients. RASi can perform a general index search, obtain related case documents, or perform specific case research at your request. RASi also maintains a vast network of research specialists whom have tremendous experience in searching court record indexes and providing comprehensive civil litigation searches.
With years of experience in performing civil litigation searches, you can be assured RASi will perform a diligent and comprehensive civil litigation search. For more information on civil litigation searches or to place an order, please contact a representative in our Client Services Department.
Criminal Lawsuits, commonly referred to as Criminal Cases or Criminal Proceedings, are court proceedings initiated by a government agency representing the people (most commonly referred to as the District Attorney's Office) to seek justice for a crime allegedly committed by the defendant. The attorney representing the interest of the people is called the prosecutor, while the attorney representing the defendant is either a public defender or private criminal defense attorney. In few cases, the defendant will actually represent himself/herself. If the defendant pleads innocent, then a trial will take place unless a plea bargain is made between the prosecutor and defendant. At the end of the trial, the judge or jury will issue a verdict based the information presented during trial using the standard of "beyond a reasonable doubt." Typically sentencing takes places soon thereafter and results in monetary fines, probation, incarceration, and/or other court sentencing options.
Criminal lawsuits are filed at all levels of government including local court systems, state court systems, and federal court systems. Within each court system, there are different courts assigned the authority or jurisdiction to process various types of criminal matters. The names of these courts vary from state to state, however these courts process all types of criminal matters from infractions, to misdemeanors and felonies.
For years, RASi has performed criminal history searches of the criminal court systems and located relevant case information for clients. RASi can perform court index searches, obtain related documents, or perform specific case research at your request. With a vast network of research specialists, RASi can provide you with accurate and comprehensive criminal searches.
Whether you are performing due diligence or pre-screening for potential employees, with our years of experience you can count on RASi to conduct a diligent criminal history search. For more information on criminal searches or to place an order, please contact a representative in our Client Services Department.
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