If you were arrested and charged with an offense and your name has appeared in a Patch.com police blotter or other news stories, you may be wondering whether you can get your name removed from Patch.com.
What is Patch.com?
Patch.com is a local news and information platform consisting of thousands of hyperlocal websites covering community news in towns throughout the United States. According to its website, Patch.com is “everything local.” Patch has more than a hundred journalists and operates more than a thousand hyperlocal news websites across all 50 states.
Patch.com is a local news website containing news and stories reported locally. It does not offer international news. Patch.com also provides platforms for users to post questions, news tips, etc.
Nationwide Content Removal Lawyers
At Katherine O’Brien Law, LLC, our content removal attorneys are here to help you. We represent clients nationwide in helping them to remove arrest reports or other harmful content from Patch.com records.
Moreover, we offer our content removal services on a contingent basis, meaning that we only earn our fee if we successfully remove your harmful content.
You can learn more about content removal services here, including our total fees, the average timeframe for content removal, and other frequently asked questions about the process.
Contact us today for a free consultation.