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How to Remove Information From UniCourt


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When you have a lingering court case showing up online, you can find yourself missing out on important opportunities in your life. Even a petty drug arrest record as a juvenile can interfere with your job or career. UniCourt is a popular court record website that displays public records of arrests, lawsuits, and more. If you are wondering how to remove info from UniCourt, you have come to the right place.


It is best to have a public court record sealed or extinguished before you can remove it from the internet. After this, you should contact NewReputation with the help of a reputation management company and ask them to remove your court records.


UniCourt is a legal records search engine that holds millions of court cases and legal proceedings. They hold records from both online and offline sources that are available to view for as low as $49/month. 


UniCourt provides access to U.S. federal and state court records for analytics, investigations, underwriting, and news reporting.


How did my information end up on UniCourt?


The United States has long allowed records and court proceedings to be made available for public review. The law and regulations that permit public records to be published online or accessed online are rooted in the:

  • First Amendment.
  • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA),
  • Each state's public records law.


There are exceptions to these laws and regulations. For example, if an individual's privacy is more important than the public's need to access court information.


Online court records are often reposted information from third-party sites. These websites are not connected to the legal system. Many court documents will be available for public inspection by law enforcement agencies and courts. Except for federal court proceedings, these documents will not often be found in Google searches.


These websites include UniCourt. The court-records website works by first searching public records. Then, they publish any court documents that are found.


How to remove information from UniCourt?


1)  Search for your court record on the UniCourt website.

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2) Locate the record that you want to remove.

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3) Copy the URL of the record you want to remove.

4) Visit the UniCourt removal page

5) Fill out the form with your details and paste the URL you want to remove

UniCourt removal page


UniCourt support will then review your court records and respond in 72 hrs. Some of the factors they consider when removing (de-indexing) court records:


  • Has the record been sealed or expunged by court order?
  • Does the record expose the requestor to an increased risk of physical harm?
  • Is the requestor a victim of identity theft, and is the record a result of this theft?
  • Does the record concern and adversely affect a minor?


UniCourt will then instruct their partner sites not to display your name in their results as well. You are one step closer to online privacy. Once you have completed the UniCourt removal process, there are 100+ websites that still collect and display your information on the internet. To opt out of all data brokers and receive monthly monitoring and privacy reporting, NewReputation is ready to help.

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