The reporting period for both misdemeanor and felony records is at least 7 years. In some cases, Checkr will report older records if they are reportable according to state and federal law, easily accessible at the court houses, or if the record is deemed highly severe.
With the Positive Adjudication Matrix, you have the ability to limit the reporting period for all, or certain types, of criminal records.
Motor Vehicle Reports return data from at least 3 years back, though some states report older violations.
Employment verifications include verification of past employment for a maximum of 7 years, whereas education verifications only target the highest degree obtained.
Some states have their own laws limiting reportability, and others have exceptions based on the candidate's salary, or for certain industries (like transportation network companies).