Monthly Archives: December 2012

Fighting a Ticket Online

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Just two months ago, we noted a recent innovation in some courts: contesting traffic tickets by mail. This is another way courts make it easier for the public to do business. For hundreds of years, every interaction with the court system required the physical presence in the courtroom of all parties involved. In just the past few years we have noted the rise of electronic filing for attorneys and then for the rest of ustelephonic appearances; video depositions; online traffic, red light camera, and parking ticket payment; and other ways of interacting with the … Read More

Gun Control Laws

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The laws concerning gun ownership have probably never been discussed more than in the week following the tragic shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, on Friday, December 14, 2012. There are many complex issues related to gun ownership and gun control laws such as background checks, waiting periods, mental health, concealed weapons, and the sale of assault weapons.

According to a December 19, 2012, article by Adam Liptak, The New York Times, all 50 states and the District of Columbia require background checks on prospective buyers with each individual state being responsible for laws concerning gun ownership. According to the article, seven … Read More

Arkansas Death Certificates Go Online

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If you are interested in researching your Arkansas family history, you will happy to learn that death records are now accessible online. In a press release submitted to Business Wire on December 3, 2012, the Arkansas Department of Health announced the launching of a brand new online death certificate search and ordering service. This new service makes genealogical research more convenient than ever. Previously, death certificates could only be obtained by requesting them in person at the Department of Health or by submitting a paper request form.

Death certificates from 1935 to 1961 are currently available, but in the … Read More

Need help finding Mr. Right-the CORRECT Mr. Right-when searching in public and court records online?

 Here are some tips to maximize your efficiency and retrieve more accurate search results so he won’t be so elusive!   Due to advances in technology and demand for public and court records, there are multiple sources online to locate individuals  and companies. You can literally profile an individual from cradle to grave-birth record to death notice-as well as determine marital status, criminal history, credit worthiness, professional standing or suspension, even political party affiliation!  Similarly, with a company you can determine ownership, professional hierarchy within the organization, publicly or privately held status, assets, solvency, and compliance with legal and regulatory industry … Read More