The e-Ttulo app can issue a certificate of electoral crimes by cell phone. The document is a quick way to verify any condemnation linked to the voter registration and is included in the list of documents required when taking office. In addition, crimes like this, with deprivation of liberty, also come as an impediment to candidacies, according to the Clean Record Law.
According to the Federal Government, electoral crimes are those committed by candidates and voters at any stage of an election. Among the main illegal acts are active electoral corruption, the use of violence and coercion to vote, abandonment of the electoral service and other frauds and actions that may hinder the running of an election.
To learn how to view, save on your phone or share your electoral crime certificate, check out the step by step below for iPhone (iOS) and Android.
Tutorial shows how to issue an Electoral Crime Certificate using the free e-Title app Photo: Marvin Costa / dnetc
How to use the Voter e-Title on your cell phone
Step 1. Open the app and tap on the "Criminal Certificate" option. Wait a few moments for the document to be generated. After checking the criminal status of your title, tap the "+" icon.
When issuing an Electoral Crime Certificate with the e-Title app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 2. You can choose to save and share the document. In this example, we will use the option "Share". That done, options to send the certificate by email, social networks, messages, create PDF and send to a printer will be presented on the screen. Select the one that best suits you to complete the process.
Actions to save and share an Electoral Crime Certificate in the e-Title app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Use the tip to find out if you are up to date on electoral justice in relation to electoral crimes.