If a judge determines for whatever reason that these records should no longer be public, we feel it is our duty to go along with his or her ruling.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 17, 2013
CriminalRecords.us.org is starting to remove records from their system when they have been sealed or expunged by a judge, the company said yesterday.
“When someone is arrested, the information immediately goes into our public database,” a CriminalRecords.us.org spokesman said. “But sometimes a judge will later expunge or seal those records. When that happens, we will now remove those records from our system as soon as we can.”
Criminal records are often expunged by a judge when a defendant completes a certain amount of community service or enters into a deal with the government, the CriminalRecords.us.org spokesman said.
In other cases, he said, criminal records are sealed when a judge determines that it would not be fair to continue to haunt the defendant's reputation.
“If a judge determines for whatever reason that these records should no longer be public, we feel it is our duty to go along with his or her ruling,” the CriminalRecords.us.org spokesman said. “We believe in accommodating all rulings made by any court.”
The records will be removed from the system as soon as database managers at CriminalRecords.us.org become aware of the rulings, he said.
“We will act as quickly as possible,” he said. “We really want to be fair to everyone involved in the criminal justice system, and we have a deep respect for the way courts operate.”
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