Stop the Shredding of Federal Court Files

HELP STOP THE DESTRUCTION OF FEDERAL COURT FILES! This is areminder to sign the petition now.

The underlying reason for instituting this inane federal court recordsdestruction program stems from recommendations of Judicial Conferences of the U.S. Memos ISPLA has reviewed indicate the current process to have been handled in a stealth manner and escaped the eyes of those of us concerned with legislation. It is often more difficult to get advance warnings of regulatory matters and rule changes. The purported reason for the currentprogram is allegedly budgetary in nature. The U.S. Judiciary and the NationalArchives and Records Administration findings indicate that by reducing the court files retention period of 25 years to 10-15 years they save $7.7 million over the next 10 years.

Presently 78,000 boxes of civil records are past the destruction date.

Of 64,000 boxes of closed criminal files being held at the Federal Records Centers, 23,000 of them are eligible for disposal.



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