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How to I get an Expungement in Maryland?

The process of obtaining an expungement is relatively simple. The appropriate forms are filed with the Clerk in the court where your matter was decided or heard. Copies are sent to the State. The paperwork is processed. As Attorney Eric T. Kirk will tell you.

The process if straightforward.

How to I get an Expungement in Maryland?

A petition, and, if required, a civil claims waiver, is filed with the clerk. 60 – 90 days later, an order is entered expunging police and court records of any mention of the charge. Maryland has recently greatly expanded the convictions for which an expungement may be obtained. Details can be found here.

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