You can check the filings at the courthouse's records department, you will need to know which county. Court records are generally open to the public unless sealed by the judge.
When inmates are in custody, their information is made available to the public. Many put their inmate rosters online, depending on which detention facility. The Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) allows open searches of their inmate population online. Click on the New York Prison and Jail Inmates link above and your landing page will be the query form.
Police reports are obtained from the department which made the arrest or filled out the report. You can pull up the case directly from the courthouse using their services. Police reports can be found in case/trial files, which are generally public records. Therefore, you may be able to get both with one record search. Depending on the court or county the case was in, services to obtain the case can be either easy with online resources or less convenient.
Search corporation and business entity database on the department of state, division of corporation's website. The search is open to anyone and there's no cost associtated with its use. You will be able to see name history of the company, officers, stock information, registered agents and other public information about the company.
The data can be found at DCJS, Computerized Criminal History system (as of 1/21/2016) For example: DWI for Albany from 2006 to 2015 is: 149 163 134 156 176 152 157 138 135 150, these are the felony dwi by individual year, the misdemeanors reports are separate (2006 to 2015): 1,532, 1,365, 1,266, 1,279, 1,149, 1,003, 932, 911, 953, 1,169 (for each year). There are many other statistics broken down into different categories, generally by county and crime type. Go to the Division of Criminal Justice Services' website, from there you'll see a tab on top "Statistics". from there, you will see the different categories of recorded crimes.
Businesses don't enjoy the same privacy individuals do. There's a free secretary of state search to see if it shows them being active or not. They may be under a dba, so you may have to look up other names they may be operating in. You can search court records to see if anything has been filed against them. Don't forget to search under the owners' names also just in case.
What is the name of the LLC? There's a free search from the NY division of corportation. Enter the company's name and indicate whether the company's status is active or not, and the database will show company information freely.
If you go to the state's department of health you can see what is needed to request a marriage license copy. Also, you will see a link to archived or genealogy records, which are records of fifty years or older and both spouses are deceased.
There are different types of warrants. They are generally issued by the courts/judges, often for failing to appear at trial. Other reasons can be for failing to complete or prove community service, to pay a fine, to make an appearance on a case that's already proceeding or appear to begin serving their sentence. With civil cases, a warrant can be issued when a person failed to comply with a summons for jury duty or court order. In certain cases, the warrant search can be looked up online, it will be much easier to know which county/court. Onondaga is an example of a county warrant search that is open and online.
You can try the freedom of information act to get a clearance
If they've been deceased for a long time, wouldn't their records be in archives. It may be even easier as the same privacy laws may not apply.
Public records aren't necessarily free, just openly accessible to the public. If you want free records that the government departments usually charge for online, you will need to dig around, such as courthouse links specific to a certain county. New York courts have a .gov webpage (which means a government site) titled "Divorce In Your County". This webpage shows courts providing county specific online divorce data.
The search above has bankruptcies is free and open to the visitors. It is limited to cases since 2014, and does not provide the entire case, but may still have the basic information you’re looking into.
City clerks offices
Start out by looking into all addresses that appear under the individual's name, this will give you and idea if the person lived in other states/counties. Once you have a list (as complete as possible), all the counties/areas the person lived in, you're ready to look up their court records. Doing your own search is not too difficult, just time consuming. However, there are many more resources online now than before. New York state's e court services listed on the net will give you the option to search for criminal records. Once you enter this webpage, you will need to enter security characters and then you can begin to search for free by party name. You don't need to know the full first name, only the first two characters. Results will show defendant information, incident and arrest, attorney information, next/past appearances, motions and docket sentence.
Arrests alone shouldn’t appear on general background checks which search criminal court records. Arrests do not always result in convictions, charges, going to court or having any other records thereafter. Arrest reports are often requested by a defense attorney, DA’s office, or others related to the case. To see what it takes to obtain an arrest report, you can simply go to the arresting department’s website and see the policy/qualifications followed for their request. You can conduct a search of yourself using the same background check source employers are likely to use. The state of New York lets you conduct a criminal background check through their Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). You can request a "personal record review" which will show dismissed cases, violations or infractions, substance abuse convictions, youthful offender adjudications and more. This search shows what is out there more than your average background check used by employers. You can read more about it to find out what others can view by viewing the state's website's Personal Record Review Program page. However, this is usually true using background check services, there are other ways of looking up arrests that are out there online. Some sites freely show arrests they have obtained from jail rosters from many law enforcement agencies, including local departments. As individual law enforcement agencies show arrestees in efforts to help the public, private sites will pick up that information and republish it on their own sites. This makes finding the record easier for someone not as savvy with online searches or one that will access the police site directly. The same can go for newspapers which list the most recent arrests. These arrests can remain searchable for as long as the publication can be viewed.
Are you aware of which court or where the trial was held?
Was it a high court case, probate, chancery or other? The New York state archives has a page which tells you about cases from 1847 and forward.
Do you have the department identification number or DIN? The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision's inmate look up instructions claim to have everyone confined to state prison since the seventies in their data. Excludes young offenders and expunged records by the court. The search is free and open to the public, you can look up anytime.
Local periodical carry stories similar to this incident, is it in an area where crime mapping shows incident from one street to another. There were 2 people that were arrested with for a burglary in Manhasset on Saturday, July 11, 2015
This is according to the State Vital Records Office: for dissolution of Civil Union Decree, contact the Judicial District Clerk's Office where the divorce or dissolution was granted. In Connecticut, divorce decrees are called Judgment Files. You will need to give the clerk the name and docket number.
The state of New York State Department of Health maintains records of immunizations that are required for physicians to submit for individuals under 19 y/o in the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS). The department of health has a website to help the public understand the laws and how it affects parents, providers and patients.