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Resource ID: #2470
Subject: Using the Internet to Find and Background a Person
Source: Denver_IRE_Annual_2005Carolyn Edds; Linda J. Johnson
Affiliation: St. Petersburg Times;Lexington Herald-Leader
Date: 2005

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Don Ray offers tips on what not to overlook when backgrounding a person. There is a long list of public records that are available at city hall or the county clerk, including deeds, building permits, birth, marriage and death certificates. Professional licenses, degrees, and awards are available, including verification of graduation and even copies of dissertations or theses. Lawsuits, criminal activity, campaign contributions - Ray suggests a mountain of information that you can check out.

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