Motion to Seal

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A Motion to Seal is a request to the Court to seal or redact record(s) from public disclosure in a case. This motion must include what the party is requesting to seal or redact as well as the grounds (reasons) for the request. Accordingly, the grounds for the request must show a compelling interest of a party in the case that outweighs the public interest in access to those records or information. The findings should include the following:

  • An existence of compelling interest that overcomes the right of public access;
  • Compelling interest must support sealing or redacting the record;
  • A substantial probability is in existence that the compelling interest will be prejudiced if not sealed;
  • The proposed sealing or redaction is narrowly tailored as possible; and
  • There are no less restrictive means of achieving the compelling interest in existence.
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