To blot out, as with pen; to rub out; to efface designedly; to obliterate; to strike out wholly; as, to expunge words, lines, or sentences.
To strike out; to wipe out or destroy; to annihilate; as, to expunge an offense.
The act of striking out past records or information in files, computers and other depositories.
A motion by which an action taken in a floor session is deleted from the Daily Journal (for example, "Expunge the record").
An action that directs the removal of specific portions from the journal. This is applicable in situations where objectionable, inflammatory or incorrect matter has been included in the journal.
The act of permanently deleting an account's information. When an account is expunged, all information related to the account is destroyed, including mail in the account's mailbox.
remove by erasing or crossing out; "Please strike this remark from the record"
When a record of an offense is expunged it will not appear on a released criminal history. The record may be destroyed or sealed after a certain period of time. Records may be expunged in juvenile cases, or upon satisfactory completion of a court-ordered probation and/or class(s).
When messages are marked for deletion, they remain till they are expunged. When a message is expunged, it is permanently deleted, as long as it was marked for deletion.
Deletion of arrest record from official sources.
To delete exempt information from a copy of a record in order to make the remainder of the record available for public access.
A legal procedure in which certain records about an individual are destroyed. In many jurisdictions some juveniles may have records pertaining to delinquent acts expunged upon reaching adulthood. Individuals who have been arrested unlawfully or nor convicted ay apply to have their arrest records expunged.
To physically destroy information - including criminal records in files, computers, or other depositories. A motion or order to expunge shall be treated as a motion or order to destroy.
A motion by which action is deleted from the Journal; i.e., "Expunge the record."
The act of destroying or erasing information--including criminal records--in files, computers or other depositories.
Action to delete certain portions of the official record of a governmental body.
To physically erase; to white or strike out. To "expunge" something from a court record means to remove every reference to it from the court file.
To seal or purge records of arrest, criminal, or juvenile record information.
The removal and destruction of court files and records, originals and copies, and the deletion of all index references insuring that any examination of court files and records in question shall show no record whatever with respect to the person. All rights and privileges are then restored so that the person, the court, and any other person may properly reply that no such record exists, as to any matter expunged.
To destroy or erase.