There is a website called checkcourts that has refused to remove my court records from its archives and I am unable to receive a response from them. The information they have available in the record is a mystery to me as I have still not seen what is in it.
First, I have the same question Mr. Lassen asked. If you do not know what information is contained on the site, how do you know it is false. (If they are posting true information, they have a right to do so.)
Second, if you cannot access the site, then how can you prove that the information (if false) has been publicized?
If you think that there is false information being disseminated by the website and you want it removed, then I suggest that you retain an attorney to deal with the website.
If the records were public at any time, then they can most likely be listed in their archives. You have no privacy rights to information that was public. You may be able to get the records removed. Check the website for their policy on removing information. If they ask you to pay, don't waste your money.
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