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Save CORI reform

May 2, 2016 | by Rachel Corey

We need your help to stop the courts from putting criminal records online which will have the effect of gutting the benefits of sealing CORI records. We are also asking them to halt the current practice of putting housing records online. Comments are due Wednesday, May 4.

Please take 1 minute and sign onto this letter: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/preserve-cori-reform

If your organization would like to send a letter, please download this attachment and personalize it. You can then send it to:

rules.comments@jud.state.ma.us or regular mail or hand-delivered and directed to Hon. Peter M. Lauriat, Chair, Public Access to Court Records Committee, Superior Court Administrative Office, 13th Floor, Three Pemberton Square, Boston, MA 02108

 

A copy of the proposed Trial Court Rule XIV is on this link: http://www.mass.gov/courts/case-legal-res/rules-of-court/rule-changes-invitations-comment/proposed-trial-court-rule-xiv-access-to-court-records.html

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