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    You could also check tax records, utilities records, stuff like that. <trying to remember other tricks> *lol*

    Oh, and you're welcome.
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    learning date of birth of a subject

    Is there a public domain online method of finding the date of birth of a subject in the U.S. when the subject does not have a driver's license?

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      You can search public records at http://www.knowx.com/ but I believe there is a fee dependant on what kind of search you do...
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        Ask them?

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          I have found that, with my officers out on the street, the best thing to do when they have a subject that will not give correct DOB information is to run them through your local files and see what you can get back. Usually we are able to get something back on locals. Also, occassionally the 28 information will show a DOB on the registered owner (which, in fairness, only works if the registered owner is the one driving the vehicle that night).
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            Originally posted by RaychelR:
            You can search public records at http://www.knowx.com/ but I believe there is a fee dependant on what kind of search you do...
            Thanks for your reply. In your opinion, is www.knowx.com the best commercial on-line site for a search of public records? I have found several such sites on-line.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DesertRat:
              Ask them?
              I don't what them to know that I want to know.

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              • #8
                Thanks for your reply.


                Originally posted by Legal Assistant:
                I have found that, with my officers out on the street, the best thing to do when they have a subject that will not give correct DOB information is to run them through your local files and see what you can get back. Usually we are able to get something back on locals. Also, occassionally the 28 information will show a DOB on the registered owner (which, in fairness, only works if the registered owner is the one driving the vehicle that night).
                [ 11-06-2001: Message edited by: Martin4 ]

                [ 11-06-2001: Message edited by: Martin4 ]

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                • #9
                  Depending on what state you are in, you may want to try www.publicdata.com.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks.

                    Originally posted by Mike Sullivan:
                    Depending on what state you are in, you may want to try www.publicdata.com.

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