If the definitions page in the members' area of the site proves popular, CriminalReports.com may also put them up on their social media sites or through their blog.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
CriminalReports.com is launching a new section to their site that will try to explain basic legal terminology to their customers, a CriminalReports.com spokesman said.
“Our customer service team reports that people call them up all the time with questions about the basic terms in the public records we provide to them,” a CriminalReports.com spokesman said. “Rather than tie up our customer service line with the same questions over and over again, it makes more sense for us to simply provide the information on our site.”
The terminology section will be accessible to people who have created an account with CriminalReports.com, he said.
“While we want to stress that we can't offer legal advice and are not a law firm, we can explain what basic legal terms mean,” he said. “For example, we've gotten a lot of questions about what the difference is between probation and parole. You don't need to be a lawyer to lay out those very basic definitions.”
If the definitions page in the members' area of the site proves popular, CriminalReports.com may also put them up on their social media sites or through their blog, he said.
“The goal here is to make our reports as easy to understand as possible,” he said. “That way, people will be able to take reasonable action once they see their reports.”
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