"I recently plead guily to a misdemeanor charge for writing a bad check. I've been given one year's supervision which will end in February, 2007. I recently applied for a job and was informed that they will do a criminal background check on me. Since I am currently on supervision will this show up on my background check? What information will potential employers be able see? Incidentally, I've never been arrested before and have nothing prior on my record. Thank you in advance."
April 2006 Archives
"I believed you addressed this problem in the past, I am re-asking the question incase the law has changed, I live in Wisconsin and own a 2006 F-150 the back doors have darken windows and I would like to darken the 2 front doors. The way I understand Wisconsin is legal but Illinois is not, my question is if I darken the 2 front door glass I can drive in Illinois as long as my vehicle is registered in Wisconsin, is this still true?" Thanks, Ken
"Hello Mr. Ness, Could you tell me why I can not drive my pick up truck on Lake Shore Drive. I do have B plates but the truck is not a business vehicle and it is smaller than some of the SUV's I've seen on LSD."
"Hello Officer My name is Jon and I recently bought a car with all the windows tinted (except windshield). I know it is against the law in Illinois to have the front windows tinted and I'm hoping to get the film removed soon; however, my question is, what is the fine if I am pulled over with those windows still tinted?"
Thank You, Jon
"Sgt. Ness, I have a very broad knowledge of Forensics and Investigative Experience in the Private Sector of Law Enforcement, how can I take the knowledge I aready have and apply it to a career of similar intrests within the Public Law Enforcement Community, or within the Federal Law Enforcement System? I have found most private sector companies are not able to function in times of high financial crisis and are closing rapidly. At my current age of 33, it's ben very difficult finding a home for my knowledge and experience, and freelancing does not provide adequate enough income, for my wife and daughter and myself to live and benefit financially. Any advice would be appreciated, and respected."