Update on the Uniform Law Commission

The Uniform Law Commission’s Criminal Records Accuracy Drafting Committee, to which CDIA has been an official observer for a couple of years now, will meet again on March 18 and 19 in Chicago and CDIA will be there again.  Recently, the drafting committee staff issued its latest draft of the proposed Criminal Records Accuracy Act.  The… Continue reading Update on the Uniform Law Commission

ULC Drafting Committee Starts its Work

The Uniform Law Commission’s Criminal Records Accuracy Drafting Committee announced its first meeting.  The committee will meet in Washington, DC on March 27 and 28.  CDIA’s Eric J. Ellman is an official observer to the committee and will be on hand for the meeting. For now, the committee is still focused on data collection and reporting at… Continue reading ULC Drafting Committee Starts its Work

Uniform Law Commission Begins Work on Criminal Record Accuracy

In 2012, the Uniform Law Commission began a study of criminal records accuracy and formed a study committee to consider whether a drafting committee should be formed to create a model state law on criminal record accuracy.  CDIA objected to the study committee report calling for the creation of that drafting committee.  In January 2014, the… Continue reading Uniform Law Commission Begins Work on Criminal Record Accuracy