An actual motion for expungement needs to be filed and approved by the court, consult with the attorney or get a new one is my suggestion.
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If I'm on the same page as you "PATCH" is a privately run website which, among other things, gathers news and groups information on a rather local level. It is basically no different then any other private information source like a local newspaper. My guess is that they reported on your case when you were charged and have done nothing to purge their system of the information. I have no direct experience with it or their responsiveness, but you can try contacting them to see if they will pull that information in light of the expungement. Unfortunately expungement has nothing to do with information gathered and maintained by such entities. Provided your expungement in fact was granted then they may be willing to remove the information. Be aware that they may charge a fee for doing this. mugshots. com is a notorious site devoted exclusively to information pertaining to criminal cases. Good luck.
Patch is a state police website. Do you have a copy of the expungement Order? Do you know whether the order was served on the State Police Central Repository? You can check the Common Pleas docket sheet online. If there is still a docket sheet, then the expungement hasn't been completed. It is not automatic.
Section 9122(c) of the crimes code provides that a prosecutor and central repository may retain records of an expunged offense for purposes such as sentencing or determining whether you are eligible for ARD again. So your public record is expunged, but they can retain a record of it to make sure you don't keep getting ARD which is not intended for a repeat offender.
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