There are 13 names in this directory beginning with the letter I.
A non-citizen who has not been given permission by immigration authorities to reside in the country in which he/she is living.
Consent when surrounding circumstances exist which would lead a reasonable person to believe that this consent had been given, although no direct, express or explicit words of agreement had been uttered.
A formal written accusation, drawn up and submitted under oath to a grand jury by the public prosecution attorney, charging one or more persons with a crime.
A court order which prohibits a person from doing a specified act for a specified period of time. Intent The frame of mind or attitude of the person at the time an act was committed. See Culpability. Interrogation
Reduction of physical or mental culpabilities caused by the ingestion of an intoxicating substance such as alcohol or drugs.
Investigative Consumer Report
Under the FCRA, one of two official names for a background report. The other name is “consumer report.” Most often the distinction between a “consumer report” and an “investigative consumer report” is that a “consumer report” contains only factual information while an “investigative consumer report” contains some opinions. Example: “Was s/he employed by your company?” This calls for a factual response. “How did s/he perform on the job?” This calls for an opinion.