Court Records Alerts and Reports list court records that match your name and date of birth.
You should review this report to verify whether or not the identity and criminal information listed on the report is accurate. Pay particular attention to the offense listed.
If the alert contains identity or offense information you do not recognize:
Step 1 – Understand the Notification
LifeLock detected new court records matching your name and date of birth. This could be a data entry error, or it could mean a criminal is using your identity as an alias to avoid arrest.
Step 2 – Review the Information
False matches in court records may occur if someone shares your name and date of birth. Review the report on this page to verify whether the identity and offense information is accurate and familiar.
Step 3 – Take Action
If the court record is valid, no further action is needed. If you did not commit the offense, contact the courthouse for additional details and resolution. If you have any questions, you can call us at 1-800-LifeLock (543-3562) or send a support request through your online account.
Court Records Overview
Criminals may provide authorities with fraudulent identity documents during an arrest to avoid fines or conviction. LifeLock looks for matches of your name and date of birth in connection with criminal activity related to felonies, misdemeanors, traffic violations and more. These notifications help protect you from being falsely associated with criminal records that may lead to your arrest or hinder your ability to obtain employment.
Note: Court Records are obtained from publicly available sources. Our court records background alert may contain information from county courts, state courts, state Administrative Office of the Courts and state Department of Corrections. As a result, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the records provided because they are obtained from public records and other third party sources that may not always be accurate or current.