The expungement process takes approximately Ninety (90) days from the time MarylandExpungement.com files your documents with the Court. In Baltimore City, expungements can take up to 6 months to complete.
If there is an objection or appeal by the State’s Attorney or a law enforcement agency, the court will hold a hearing and will notify you to attend. You may also be denied an expungement if your case in ineligible for expungement.
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If the State’s Attorney and the police department don’t file an objection within 30 days, the court will sign an Order. This order will direct all police and court records to be removed from their records.
If your expungement is granted, the court will notify you and MarylandExpungement.com that your expungement has been granted or denied.
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The expungement process cannot be expedited or sped up by the Court or MarylandExpungement.com
After the court orders are sent to each police department and court, each division has 60 days to expunge the record.
You will receive a Certificate of Compliance in the mail to notify you that your expungement has been completed.
Yes, it can be denied for various reasons including timing and charges that are ineligible for expungement.
The fastest and easiest way to file for expungements in Maryland is to take the MarylandExpungement FREE expungement eligibility test. If you qualify for expungement, pay a flat fee and MarylandExpungement.com will expunge your record in Maryland. It’s that easy, online expungement in Maryland has never been easier. Remove prior misdemeanors and felonies from your record with MarylandExpungement.com.
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