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Expunge

Used in the context of general equities. Remove any trace of an Auto indication's existence at any time. See: Cancel.

Expunge

On AUTEX, to cancel an order such that it leaves no record either on the electronic board or in the historical archives of the board. A straight cancellation leaves a record in the archives of AUTEX, which may not be desirable for some traders who do not wish other traders to know that they were once interested in a certain transaction. Expunging the order removes this risk. See also: Cancel.
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In the three states where clearing the record is discretionary, expungement is irregular and possibly random.
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The Arkansas Marijuana Expungement Amendment (AMEA) would allow people with marijuana convictions "involving marijuana paraphernalia or less than 16 ounces of marijuana to petition a court for release from incarceration, reduction of sentence, expungement of the conviction and/or restoration of rights."
Advocates of expungement have also flagged that there are certain situations when pardoned records could be reinstated.
Joe Vitale, D-19th District, said lawmakers were eyeing a plan to merge the decriminalization and expungement bills, given that the approval of the latter would allow individuals to apply to have their records clear, though it would be for an offense still illegal under state law.
Expungement refers to a process used to remove criminal convictions from the state's online records.
All of them put the onus on prohibition's victims to seek the sealing or expungement of their criminal records, a process that can be complicated, expensive, and time-consuming.
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