14) Statutes and the inherent authority of courts are the recognized sources of authority by which federal district courts may expunge
records of criminal convictions.
In 2005, Coloian filed a motion to expunge
in the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island.
Rod Blagojevich signed into law a package of bills that require Illinois courts to automatically expunge
the records of those found innocent of a crime.
Such an indigenous film industry would divest itself of colonial ideological and financial subordination, encourage Africans to recapture and treasure their distinctive Pan-African cultural traditions, and expunge
net-colonial corruption and materialism.
Tom Ridge is pushing to make "it harder to expunge
juvenile records" and legislation passed last February lets judges review juvenile records before setting bail.
SL: Well, I agree it would not make sense to expunge
, say, the Cain and Abel story from the Bible because we're offended by it.
Over time it should not be an impossible chore to expunge
them from common usage.
it is also a major problem for petroleum refiners, who by law must drive their fossil fuels through lengthy and costly catalytic steps to expunge
sulfur from their best oil and gasoline blends.
I'll definitely expunge
the ' vested interest' remark.
The Lambs were among the clubs appealing against the decision by the Conference to expunge
Chester's record after they were expelled.
TEN member clubs of the Blue Square Premier League have lodged an appeal with the Football Association, concerning the decision to expunge
points after the expulsion of Chester City, writes Neil Turner.
Even these loonies admit that it would be "difficult to expunge