Same for belgium man if ur guilty and u get 3 years or less, they either just let u go or give you an ankle tracker for a few months
How can you run one on someone? Is there a website?
@PeacefulRainDrop Mhmm. Thankfully I work at a job where I have connections (we have to run background checks on all employees before they are hired), so it's a bit easier for me, lol. However, nowadays you can run background checks on ANYONE online! Most of them do have fees or make you pay, but there are some free ones out there as well. In addition, if you know what state they're from, you can usually go to that area's police department and they have criminal records and arrest records for people (again, this depends on your state and such). If someone's been arrested or has a warrant, it is listed to the public. But before you do that, the first thing I always do is google them! I know, that sounds simple but sometimes simple works best: check out anything you can find about them online. Facebook, twitter, even image search them! Anything about them online I look into. Even check out their friends- a person's friends and whom they associate themselves with says a lot about them as well
Very true thanks!
What if the guy was arested for a peaceful protest, or a bar fight where he was protesting someone else or himself?
@nathanp97 Hmm...I guess that would be different. I guess I would have to consider the circumstances. Obviously if he was doing drugs, stole something, or was involved in a murder? NO. But if he was fighting for someone or himself, that is different and I might look past that.
@Cynicaldresmer- I think your the nosiest girl on here it’s hard to think of areas in to want to be with you
Any reason to be with you
@Girther10 I'll take that as a compliment: thank you sir :) Better to be nosy than oblivious
Cynicaldreamer you just want to know if is no or lying to you. I bet you're beautiful
"Thankfully I work at a job where I have connections (we have to run background checks on all employees before they are hired), so it's a bit easier for me, lol."Wait a minute, so you use your work resources to do background checks on potential dating partners? Is this sanctioned by your employer? Because I'm pretty sure that's a conflict of interest and possible misuse of company computers, which IS a computer crime. Regarding the ethics of the act in question, it's approximately on the same level as straight-up stalking; probably more invasive, actually, since you no doubt have access to a lot of their history. We might be able to add abuse of user data and privacy rights violations to that list. You can face some serious jail time for this kind of stuff.No, it doesn't matter what your intentions are when you go to retrieve those records. It's ostensibly a data breach, if the information is being mishandled (which, in this case, is definitely happening if what you say is true).
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Haha u funny
Hard no? @ Sydneysentinel
And they wonder why people are throwing water and things as they make arrests. They need to rid society of cops. Or charge cops when they go to far.. They ruin people on purpose..
That's like saying all criminals are bad people, which isn't true
1) Not every guy who has committed a crime is a "bad boy".2) Not every guy who was a "bad boy" (years ago) is one now.