Although most states were beginning to legalize abortion, the landmark Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade determined that every woman has the constitutional right to an abortion, thereby removing the states' ability to limit abortion rights.
Payment of delinquent property taxes are governed by state law. In general taxes due on property acquired by foreclosure are due at time of sale. Some states do have laws granting a grace period under specific circumstances. If the law required taxes to be paid at the time of sale, and they weren't, the sale is not valid.
Most diminished value claims are settled out of court, in fact insurance companies have shown that they do not want to take these to court as it could set additional precedence.
I believe you can only get copies if you were involved in the original proceeding.
A criminal record is forever. Only an expunction removes a criminal conviction. It is up to each individual employer to decide whether to hire someone with a criminal conviction. There is no limit on how far back an employer can look into your past.
Although juvenile conviction records are usually sealed, this does not expunge them. It simply makes them unavailable for public examination unless ordered by a court.