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to remove or invalidate by or as if by running a line through or wiping clean

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remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line

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This provision would also require that data brokers honor expungement orders, and this portion of the statute should outline standardized procedures for private citizens to request their information be removed from proprietary databases.
0585(2)(e), and cannot qualify for a certificate of eligibility [for expungement of records].
Rejecting any suggestion that the statute should be amended to require expungement, Kamionski comments that governors have been known to issue pardons based on innocence without much investigation.
Brokers who wish to have a customer dispute removed from the CRD system and, thereby, from BrokerCheck, must obtain a court order confirming an arbitration award recommending expungement relief.
In its 2013 expungement study, PIABA made certain recommendations to FINRA to attempt to address the alarming statistics arising from the analysis of the SAC data.
But current expungement statutes rarely make such a distinction, choosing instead to delete a teenager's criminal record upon reaching majority (or sooner), regardless of whether it consists of a one-time arrest for public urination or numerous convictions for assault, burglary, or rape.
As we continue to focus on the needs for returning citizens in the role of expungement, housing and training and job placement; I trust these initiatives will assist in a beneficial transition for individuals that have completed their sentences and are eager to be productive citizens.
With over 60 years of combined experience, the firm has been servicing clients in need of expungement and record sealing services with the highest degree of professionalism and customer care.
A criminal record may be immutable in the sense of being virtually impossible to change, considering the difficulty of expungement.
policies, (32) loans, (33) expungement of criminal records, (34)
The expungement of juvenile offenses is treated differently under
Similar sting operations were successfully challenged in Detroit where a judge required the city to "repeal or amend ordinances it had used to target gay men, required police officers to participate in sensitivity training, [and] mandated the expungement of arrest records.
She asked for leniency and proposed a probationary period until the expungement occurs.
It was a burden that I didn't want to carry any more," Parchman said, after sharing his story with more than 150 area residents at an expungement informational clinic at Ivy Tech Community College.