Trellis: Legal Intelligence is committed to furthering access to public records and transparency in the US justice system. As data on our site is a matter of public record, published by court and government sites, Trellis is unable to remove public data absent a court order sealing the public record. You can review our Public Records Policy here.
Please ensure that any request to remove information is accompanied by the applicable publishing court’s order to seal such documents. Inquiries related to visibility within Google or other search engine search results should be directed to the applicable search engine directly.
1. Fill out Request for Removal Form.
2. Upload Order to Seal from Applicable Court.
3. You’ll receive notice via email once access to the record has been removed.
For more information on sealing public court records in CA, please see Cal Rules of Court 2.551(b) :https://www.courts.ca.gov/cms/rules/index.cfm?title=two&linkid=rule2_551
For more information on sealing public court records in TX, please see Rule 76(a):http://www.stcl.edu/lib/TexasRulesProject/TRCPPartIIsec4A/rule76a1990.htm
For more information on sealing public court records in NY, please see Uniform Rules for New York Trial Court, section 216.1:http://ww2.nycourts.gov/rules/trialcourts/216.shtml
For more information on sealing public court records in FL, please see Florida Rules of Judicial Administration 2.059(c)(1):http://www.clerk-of-the-court.com/Docs/2.059.pdf
You can contact Google directly and ask for content to be removed. Note that removing content from Google and other search engines is determined solely by those companies.https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6332384?hl=en&ref_topic=1724262
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