criminal record

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Noun1.criminal record - a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convictedcriminal record - a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted; "he ruled that the criminal record of the defendant could not be disclosed to the court"; "the prostitute had a record a mile long"
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
References in classic literature ?
But I should be glad that you should add this case to your annals, for there are points in it which make it quite unique in the criminal records of this or, I believe, of any other country.
And yet the doings of this remarkable criminal form the subject-matter of the most dramatic narratives of the newspapers and criminal records of the past twenty years.
The victim's "information is then recorded in the countywide database and is usually transferred to the State's criminal records database and possibly to the national databases, the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
Recent investigations have found employees with criminal records working at several long-term care organizations, and accounts of healthcare workers falsifying their backgrounds or committing fraud on the job persist.
Criminal records provide a counter-chronicle for Cohn, but their mixed reports of robbery, murder, and collective mayhem muddle the inrentionality of these events as explicit tax revolts.
Fingerprints permit the most accurate and reliable searches of criminal records.
He found his evidence in the criminal records of Florence's dealing with the revolts, where sometimes the tax burden was specifically noted as the cause for rebellion.
The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) has launched an in-house probe into allegations that a serving officer or officers leaked information, including criminal records, to a Tokyo credit research company run by a former MPD officer, police sources said Tuesday.
04%, out of the 1,178 people standing for election to South Korea's 273-seat National Assembly in next Thursday's parliamentary polls have criminal records, the nation's top election watchdog said Friday.
The state bar association has sent out letters strenuously opposing the notion of letting employers take criminal records into account.
will not be paid because of their criminal records, it was revealed yesterday.
The case has alarmed the dating industry which is now calling for checks on the criminal records of new members.