Daily Court Reporter - Your information and the public record.
Your information and the public record.
The information listed on this website and in the printed version of our publication is the result of the publication of legal information in the public record. Unless the information is factually incorrect we are unable to remove your information from the listing without an order from the agency with whom the public record was created. While this may disturb some readers that information is now readily available it is important to keep in mind that this information is available as a matter of the laws of the state of Ohio and the federal government.
The Ohio laws and regulations regarding Documents and the public record.
If an order is sent to us from the public agency requesting the removal of information on the website pertaining to a person's personal record, we will promptly comply with the request. We invite you to contact the organization where your action occurred that resulted in this listing. Below is a list of links with contact information for many of the parties we gather information. You may also with to contact your attorney that represented you in the legal action that resulted in the record becoming a matter of the public record. Your attorney will likely be able to advise you as to how you may have your records removed from the public record.
Why is my information still showing up after it has been removed?
While we will promptly correct any information that is found to be in error the search engines sometimes do not respond to the updated or changed records in a rapid manner. As a result there is the possibility of the inaccurate information residing in the search engines cache for a significant amount of time after the original information of the website has been corrected. We do make an effort to update the search engines daily with changes and updated to the listing reported on this website.