(KCPW News) Some Utahns who have committed crimes are finding their past is coming back to haunt them – even though their records were officially expunged. While the courts may have deleted records of the crimes they’ve been convicted of, the same is not true for private firms hired to do background checks. Salt Lake Tribune crime reporter Nate Carlisle has been researching this for a story that will appear Sunday in the newspaper. KCPW’s Jeff Robinson asked him how these firms get their hands on this information even after it’s been expunged.
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