We want to be fair to these people so when we learn a record has been expunged, we will purge it from our database. We don't want it haunting their lives forever.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
CourtRecords.us.org is purging records from their database when they have been officially expunged by the court system, the company said yesterday.
“From time to time, people get arrested but for various reasons a judge decides that the arrest record should be expunged from their overall record,” a CourtRecords.us.org spokesman said. “They do this to help the person move on with their lives. But the court records often still exist in our database. We want to be fair to these people so when we learn a record has been expunged, we will purge it from our database. We don't want it haunting their lives forever.”
There are various reasons that a record may be expunged by the court, the CourtRecords.us.org spokesman said.
“If it was a simple one-time-only mistake and the person has completed all of the directives of the court, the judge may not want there to be a record of that mistake,” he said. “That is a decision of the court and should not be ignored by any company, even CourtRecords.us.org.”
In other cases the police have acted carelessly and clearly arrested the wrong person, the company said.
“If there is no reason for your arrest and the court agrees that you should not have been arrested in the first place, then it shouldn't go on your permanent record,” the CourtRecords.us.org spokesman said. “We believe these people have the right to get their reputations back.”
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