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You were given correct information. You'd have to have a court order that requires search sites to remove your personal information. The problem is that a court would not likely issue such an order. Information in the public record, home price, address, date of birth, etc., is not generally considered private information that can be the subject of a cease and desist
order, and a judge would likely rule that the search sites have a First Amendment right to post that information. This type of thing has come under scrutiny in the last decade when websites began to appear which provide that type of personal information about abortion doctors.
If I were you, I would write a letter to the websites in question (e.g., Google, etc.) and request that the information be taken down voluntarily. You may wish to explain that you fear that you may be the victim of an attack due to your history as a witness in criminal cases. You may even wish to retain an attorney to write a cease and desist letter to the websites in question. It may cost you a couple hundred dollars. The problem is that if your request and/or the attorney's cease and desist letter are ignored, then you'd have to sue, and I doubt that you'd win. But it may certainly be worth a try.
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