Must Fingerprint Records Be Destroyed If a Court Grants a Petition for Factual Innocence (PFI)?

If one has been arrested for a crime that he or she did not commit, it only seems fair if all records of the arrest are destroyed to remove any suggestion that that person committed the offense.  Do such records include fingerprints?  Find out in a case where a woman accused of a crime was found factually innocent, but the police refused to destroy her fingerprint records.  How did the appellate court rule on the police position? Click on the following link to fine out.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/must-fingerprint-records-be-destroyed-if-court-grants-pfi.html.

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