You have the right to have a copy of your criminal record, if you so wish. You may want to see this to review accuracy and completeness of it. In order to get a copy, you will need to pay a $25 processing fee to the Department of Justice. You will also need to submit a fingerprint paper and possibly other forms.
Once you receive your record, you can scan it over and if you notice something on there that is wrong, you will definitely want to get this cleared up! You would need to complete a “Claim of Alleged Inaccuracy or Incompleteness” form. Don’t forget to include any proof you can provide to help support your case that this mark on your criminal record that is not supposed to be there.
Remember, some groups like employers and banks can access your criminal record if they request it. Naturally, you want yours to read as nicely for you as possible.
If you need details and information regarding the bail you posted with a bail bond from Riverside Bail Bonds, you can always contact us and get that bit of info. We of course keep all our records. Alternatively, if you need bail help for yourself or another person, we’ll be glad to get started on a new bail bond. Our phone number at Riverside Bail Bonds is 951-684-4484. We want the bail process to be as smooth as possible so your trial process is simpler too.