Arizona Record Sealing, Arrest of David Gingras Attorney
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Arizona Record Sealing, Arrest of David Gingras Attorney

Arizona law allows for record sealing or expungement. Darren Chaker cites to Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. v. United States District Court, 156 F.3d 940, 949 (9th Cir. 1998), the Ninth Circuit held that criminal proceedings and documents may not be closed to the public without violating the First Amendment unless three substantive requirements are met: “1) closure serves a compelling interest; (2) there is a substantial probability that,...

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Darren Chaker – Criminal and Civil Records Are Public Records

Article by Darren-Chaker Criminal records are public records, says Darren Chaker. When trying  obtain an order to seal-court-record or expungement of a criminal record, it is important to note a common law right of access by the public and media to criminal judicial proceedings, which pre-dates the Constitution, has long been recognized by Anglo-American courts. See Richmond Newspapers v, Virginia, 448 U.S. 555, 596 (1980). After...

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Darren Chaker : When Good Faith is Not Enough for Probable Cause

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California Expungement Law

California Penal Code section 1203.4, Darren Chaker writes, allows for expungement of a conviction. Pursuant to section 1203.4, subdivision (a), a probationer is entitled as a matter of right to have the plea or verdict changed to not guilty, to have the proceedings expunged from the record, and to have the accusations dismissed, if he or she has either (1) fulfilled the conditions of probation of the entire probationary period or,...

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Florida Criminal Record Sealing

Record sealing under Florida law, says Darren Chaker, can occur if a person pleads guilty, nolo contendere or is found guilty by a jury but the sentencing judge withholds adjudication of guilt, there has been no conviction. See Fla.R.Evid. 90.610, FS. § 948.01; Delaney v. State, 190 So.2d 578 (1966), appeal dism’d 387. U.S. 426 (1967). Moreover, when records relating to a person’s criminal history have been...

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