MarylandExpungement.com is an online Maryland expungement service owned and operated by attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr. Mr. Rice is a former Assistant State’s Attorney and as a private criminal defense and expungement attorney, he has been helping clients clean their criminal record since 2009.
Expungement is the process of removing your criminal record from public inspection or viewing. Expungement only removes criminal cases from your record, it does not remove civil cases or payable traffic cases or charges.
In Maryland, through the expungement process, the public records that can be expunged are:
The waiting period for filing an expungement depends on the outcome in your case. MarylandExpungement.com will determine if you are eligible for an expungement through our eligibility test.
If you case was concluded with any of these outcomes, you may be eligible to expunge your record in Maryland:
We expunge up to five cases from your record for a flat fee of $500.00.
If you have more than one case that needs to be expunged, then you only pay $50 for each additional case.
In addition, MarylandExpungement.com pays all court costs, filing fees and postage for the expungement. MarylandExpungement.com accepts all forms of credit card payment including Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
You are not entitled to an expungement under Maryland Law in any case where you were found
Once you complete the MarylandExpungement.com eligibilty test, you’ll know within 5 business days which cases can be cleaned from your record. Once payment is made, you will receive documents in the mail. Review, sign and date the documents. Once MarylandExpungement.com files the documents with the Court, it should take approximately 90 days.
When you visit MarylandExpungement.com you can take the free eligibilty test. If you are eligible your information is then review by attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr., a Maryland expungement attorney. He will send you all of the cases that can be cleaned from your record. You then make payment online and the expungement paperwork is prepared and shipped to you via U.S. mail in discrete envelope. Review, sign and date the documents and return in the enclosed postage prepaid envelope. Once MarylandExpungement.com receives your completed documents, they are reviewed one last time and then filed with the Court along with the appropriate filing fees and court costs. Wait approximately 90 days and your record is clean, it’s that easy.
MarylandExpungement.com will send you a ccertificate of compliance stating the expungement process is successful.
No, your records will be removed from Maryland Judiciary Case Search.
No, according to Maryland Law, Criminal Procedure §10-109. Disclosure of expunged information about criminal charges in an application, interview, or other means may not be required: (i) by an employer or educational institution of a person who applies for employment or admission; or (ii) by a unit, official, or employee of the State or a political subdivision of the State of a person who applies for a license, permit, registration, or governmental service.
A person need not refer to or give information concerning an expunged charge when answering a question concerning: (i) a criminal charge that did not result in a conviction; or (ii) a conviction that the Governor pardoned.
Refusal by a person to disclose information about criminal charges that have been expunged may not be the sole reason for: (i) an employer to discharge or refuse to hire the person; or (ii) a unit, official, or employee of the State or a political subdivision of the State to deny the person’s application.
Take our Free Expungement Eligibility Test to have your record expunged in Maryland.