I am currently employed part-time and am starting to look for a better paying full-time position. I was interested in working as a correctional officer at a facility where a friend of mine works at and he told me during a phone call not to apply over a possible felony charges. I'm not sure if he was referring to me or himself so I'm beginning to be a little paranoid and I want to check to see if there's a possible pending charges against me and want to know if where I can check to see where I can check for pending charges?
No clue. Where could you have possibly committed a felony? YOU are probably the best source for that information. If you are a law-abiding citizen, apply. No sense in running around worrying about what MIGHT be out there.
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You should already know if your potentially involved in a felony case, right? If you believe there may be an active warrant, consult with a local criminal attorney for more information.
It is possible to see certain active warrants on subscription services that the public as well as lawyers have access to. You could also have a local lawyer make sure that you don't have anything in the local system.
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