Nearly everyone who has been unfortunate enough to go through legal proceedings, whether as a defendant, a complainant, or a witness, would rather put the experience behind them and move on.
Unfortunately for many, this isn’t necessarily the case, not in the event that the legal proceedings you had been involved in were reported in the press. The press has a right to report (fairly) from legal proceedings. There is also a presumption that there is public interest in the legal proceedings to be published.
However, a right to be forgotten in legal proceedings exists to a larger extent than people tend to believe. You can overcome public interest arguments and other justifications for the continuance publication of news stories involving you. We have published a number of articles that will hopefully assist you with your goal of succeeding with a right to be forgotten in legal proceedings.
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