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Can I Get an Expungement if I’m Arrested and Not Charged?

An uncharged arrestee is entitled to expungement of the police records of the unfortunate event as a matter of right.

Can I Get an Expungement if I'm Arrested and Not Charged?

Experienced Baltimore criminal defense lawyers Attorney Eric T. Kirk in Balitmore knows this right extends to photographs and fingerprints as well. Although police, and court, records may be expunged, some individuals still find the incident may come up in some background checks. I’ve had clients who have been denied housing or jobs, regarding the appearance of an old incident in a database.

This is supposed to be a self-executing process, although that is not always case, and in many instances the arrestee must pursue the matter.

the State has brought charges against you: Call me. 410 591 2835, or fill out the contact template at the bottom of the page. The most important thing you can do at this point is act quickly, and effectively, to protect your interests.