Yes. Court orders are public record unless sealed by the court.
Unless the judge 'seals' it, the record of ALL court cases is available to the public.
YES, THE COMMONWEALTH HAS A PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT THAT ALLOWS THIS TYPE OF INFORMATION TO BE PUBLISHED TO THE PUBLIC.
Restraining orders become a part of public records if they are not issued in direct conjuction with a crime such as sexual assault, rape, where state law provides protection for the survivor of such an assault.
No. Restraining orders regardless of their status are available only as "need to know" status. Such as the parties involved, police agencies, a legal rep. of one of the parties, etc...
In almost all cases a restraining order is a publicly available court record. The ease with with the restraining order could be discovered depends on the level of public access available in the court where the order was issued.
Unless the Court orders the record expunged (destroyed), it is still a part of public record.
No, but violations of such do. A restraining order is a civil order.
Public record remains public record forever, unless something is sealed.
ALL court proceedings EVERYWHERE are public record.Added: With the exception of some juvenile courts, and some records that are specifically ordered sealed.
Yes. It is
A restraining order is a type of court order which is offered in helping to keep the abuser away from the victims so that the harassing stops and the abuser steers clear from the violence scene. It is important to know that the restraining orders are not criminal orders, but civil orders and that the abusers don't posess any criminal record.
Yes, criminal warrants are a matter of public record.
A restraining order is a civil record and does not go on your criminal record. However, if you violate a restraining order it then becomes a criminal offense.
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If it was only a CIVIL COURT restraining order, it will not appear on your criminal record. HOWEVER, if there was any criminal action associated with it, or which was the cause for it being issued, (e.g.: domestic battery), THAT is a criminal matter and it WILL appear on your criminal record.
Unless the file is ordered "sealed" by the judge, you cannot. There is no provision for expunging court files - they are a permanent record.
Restraining orders are "issued" by a court. Courts do not violate restraining orders. Only the person against whom the order was issued must follow its provisions. If for example, you were ordered not to call the petitioner (the person who requested and was granted the restraining order) and the petitioner calls you, you should make a record of those calls and report the situation to the court that issued the order. You should ask the court if there is an advocate with whom you could make an appointment in order to discuss your situation.
This is not a matter of public record.
With the filing...it is a matter of public record. That isn't to say they have to advertise it.....but the public record is exactly that, and anyone can find it, and generally, newspapers and such publish it.
Yes, your adult arrest and criminal prosecution history is a permanent record.
All court records are usually "public" records. However, judges do have the discretion to seal some records they deem sensitive for some good reason. Family court records (which usually oversees Domestic Violence proceedings) can sometimes fall into this category. Go to the Clerk of the Court's office and inquire. If you have the name of the case, and it is not sealed, you should be able to review the case record.
Yes, bankruptcy action by individuals and businesses are a matter of public record.
Yes. Bankruptcies, tax liens and judgments are all public records.