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Federal District Criminal Records Search

The Federal District Criminal Records search directly accesses a district’s federal crime repository to identify federal criminal convictions including crimes of securities and tax violations, embezzlement, immigration, international or interstate drug crimes, mail fraud, civil rights violations and other federal statue violations. Offenses conducted on federal property are further prosecuted at the federal level.

Each state maintains at least one federal district, with larger states containing up to four separate districts. A Federal District Criminal Records search searches for federal records within a specific federal district court.

What It Provides

Federal district criminal records will provide the following:

Names of involved parties

The individual’s personal identifiers as they are recorded in the case file


Docket number

Filing date



Disposition dates

And if available:

Sentencing information

Judge and attorneys