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ADVICE NEEDED PLEASE? HOW DO I CHECK CRIMINAL RECORDS OR FIND LIE DETECTOR TESTS?

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
ADVISE PLEASE! Finding who has criminal records!

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I am applying for visitation rights for a 4 year old great niece with who I have had constant contact with since she was born.
The mother is a compulsive liar for no reason and we can prove most of her tales are lies even to the fact she just told the court I have never had the child on her own! despite me having proof and hundreds of witnesses to show I have for years!!!
Most of her family including childs father and grandparents have criminal records and I am looking to show the court this proof as her mother is saying that she only trusts certain family members (1 has a criminal record for rape) but cannot afford to pay high fees to do this.
Does anyone know how I can find this out please! (any nice police people or lawyers who could help?)
I would also love to challenge the childs mother to take lie detector tests to prove she is telling huge lies for no reason, I am sure she doesn't even realise she is doing it half the time and forgets what lies she has told! Hence us being able to prove half of what she says is untrue!
Does anyone know of how and where to obtain these tests and the costs involved? although I doubt the mother would agree to be tested!
Any help would be appreciated as I am back in court next Monday!!!
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
A solicitor or Citizens advice :thumbsup:
banned#2
[url]www.justice.gov.uk[/url]
#3
as much as a lie detector would make you feel better i don't think it can be used in court so would be a waste of money. are there an solicitors in your area that will give you a free 30 mins appointment ?
#4
tricia or jeremy kyle
#5
jasonrat
tricia or jeremy kyle
beat me to it :thumbsup:
#6
jasonrat;2921120
tricia or jeremy kyle


Beat me to it too!
#7
The results from lie detector tests are unreliable, that is why they cannot be used in a court of law, and why police cannot use them either.

Even if you did manage to discover her families criminal records, the court would only be interested if you were applying for custody. The court would not accept this info from you. I really think you are wasting your time persuing this angle. I hope somethong gets sorted for you so that you can see your neice
#8
ding
beat me to it :thumbsup:


and me
#9
There is no way legally that you can find out that information as putting it bluntly it is absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with you, any one who gives it to you as well will be in breach of the data protection and wont want you going to court and telling them they breached it.

I'm of the opinion anyway that it should be the mothers and fathers choice over who can see their child. The fact that your a distant relation goes against you anyway.

As people above said a lie detector test is not conclusive proof so cannot be used as evidence in anyway.

Your best bet is to reach an agreement with the mother or father over visitation rights but coming on an internet forum calling them liars and their family rapists etc really isn't a smart move. If any of that was true and was a problem social services would have taken the child away, the fact that they haven't means that to them it isn't a problem.
#10
As harsh as it is as it a great niece i dont think you will get very far, unless the law has changed, i remember a few years back hearing grandparents were only legally entitled to hours of access per year
#11
You can't have access to their criminal records, however if you have concerns social services can check these people out.
banned#12
You can't get access to the records (and rightly so) but if you have any idea of when they were convicted you could try going through the local papers, or even a google search for the names might bring up stories on the court cases.
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colinsunderland;2922560
You can't get access to the records (and rightly so) but if you have any idea of when they were convicted you could try going through the local papers, or even a google search for the names might bring up stories on the court cases.


and then what ? No use to the court, or her case

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