Cick on the button labeled "Procced to the Search System"
Next select which type of record you want to search for.
For our first search we will choose criminal.
For this instructable we'll enter a generic name.
Now click "Search".
We'll just click "Select" on the first one to go further.
This will give you page with every criminal case number related to that individual.
Since this is the only one that came up we'll go ahead and click on the "Details" button.
For more specific information like what the charges were just do a quick google search on the charge numbers.
In this case they were PC 243(E)(1) and PC 591.
A quick Google search shows that PC 243(E)(1) is Domestic Battery that does not require and injury and that PC 591 involves damaging some electrical type utilities.
You can also click on "Show/Hide Code Description" for a... code description.
Go back to the page with the drop down menu and select civil.
It will bring you to a page where you have to put the parties name in.
We will use the same name.
Next you have to select a beginning year and an ending year, for this instructable I picked random dates. For your own searches you should be more specific to narrow down the search results.
Next click on "Find Case Info".
From this we see that there was a case where the EDD took action against Mr. Green, But this is as detailed as it gets, we get no more information on the case than this.
Step 8: Disclaimer
This also does not mean these individuals were convicted of the crimes there were charged with.
In the example I used to illustrate this instructable Mr. Green's criminal charges were dismissed and he was not convicted, and although the his civil case occurring is a public record, the outcome of that case was not.