If I confirm with my county that there are currently no open civil cases against me in their computer system does that pretty much show that there is nothing currently against me in my country. I confirmed that their computer system shows nothing but they wouldn’t confirm that there was actually nothing. Does this make sense?
1 Answer from Attorneys
No it does not make sense. A search of the county court cases, county and circuit, can show whether there are any actions pending. The clerk wont confirm that info for you. You can do a search through an investigator. Why do you need it? That may help you get to what it is you really need.