Legal Advice for Public Records — 17 results
Written by attorney Richard Ackerman, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determine What it is That You are Looking For As a citizen, many things about government may concern you (i.e., taxes, safety, policies, zoning, etc.). You need to focus on exactly what... more
Written by attorney Donald Gallick, over 3 years ago.
Written by attorney Michael Reiter, over 3 years ago.
Are records of complaints disclosable public records in California under the Public Records Act?
Written by attorney Dana Quigley, over 3 years ago.
Attn: Records Custodian
Florida Agency or
Political Subdivision you are
records from in your public records
Dear Records Custodian:... more
Written by attorney David Rubenstein, about 2 months ago.
OSHA has proposed a new rule that could require many businesses to submit their injury and illness records to the agency as often as quarterly. OSHA's new rule The new rule would also allow... more
Written by Avvo Staff, 8 months ago.
Divorce records are typically public. At minimum, you will be able to find out whether two individuals are divorced. However, if records are sealed, anyone who is not a party to the case... more
Written by attorney Edward Kotkin, about 2 years ago.
Here's a link to my PowerPoint presentation, delivered on 12/1/11 to the Public Agency Risk ManagersAssociation (PARMA) at the Southern California Chapter's Holiday Meeting.
PowerPoint to... more
Written by attorney Nathan Weeks, over 4 years ago.
Colorado has an Open Records Act which requires most information held by government agencies to be available to the public, this includes arrest and criminal court records. What this means... more
Written by attorney David M. Norman, over 5 years ago.
Determine whether the records you seek are actually public records The PRA requires that state and local agencies provide public records when requested, absent a specific statutory... more
Written by attorney Thomas Gallagher, over 6 years ago.
Avoid Violating Criminal Laws - in the Future. I know, this is easier said than done these days. Another day, another law! The legislature seems to think that every perceived problem, no... more