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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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A DUI arrest has multiple negative consequences and if possible, drivers should always look for ways to expunge their DUI arrests from their records.
Alam stated that after the Media Commission's report, media houses had to face condemnation from different sectors and prayed to the bench to expunge the allegations portion from the report.
Liptak, supra note 14 (quoting a district clerk in Texas on the subject: "How the hell do I expunge anything .
Solicitors representing the clubs claimed the decision to expunge Chester's record was made on March 8 - when Chester decided not to appeal - and not February 26 when Chester were booted out but the FA disagreed.
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People are still concerned about them being labeled soft on crime," said Howard, who proposed six bills last year that would automatically expunge some non-violent felonies from the records of ex-offenders once they've been released from prison.
In a case of first impression, a three-judge panel of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that federal courts have no authority to expunge a defendant's criminal record, even after a jury acquittal.