The Maryland Legislature passed House Bill 244 (Maryland Second Chance Act 2015) that allows individuals to shield their criminal record from public view. MarylandExpungement.com will shield your criminal record under the new legislation. The Maryland Second Chance Act will go into effect on October 1, 2015.
Maryland Second Chance Act can be found under Maryland Criminal Procedure Section 10-301 – 10-306. and will be titled “Subtitle 3. Shielding”
“Shield” means to render a Court record and Police record relating to a conviction of a crime inaccessible by members of the public.
The crimes that can be shielded under the Maryland Second Chance Act are:
Visit MarylandExpungement.com and take the Free Shield/Expungement Eligibility Test. Once there, you’ll answer a few simple questions about yourself. If you qualify, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to shield your criminal record. It’s that simple.
A person may shield their Court and police record no earlier than Three (3) years after the person satisfies the sentence or sentences imposed for all convictions for which the shielding is requested, including parole, probation, or mandatory supervision.
Visit MarylandExpungement.com to have your criminal conviction shielded. No need to waste time traveling to and from a lawyer’s office. No need to pay thousands to have your criminal conviction shielded. Instead pay a flat fee and get your Maryland record shielded from public view, including employers and schools.
No, you cannot shield your record if you are pending criminal charges.
No, if a person is not eligible for shielding of one of the convictions in a case, then the person is not eligible for shielding of any other conviction in the case.
No, an employer may not require a person who applies for employment to disclose shielded information about a criminal charge in an application or interview or discharge or hire a person solely because the person refuse to disclose information about criminal charges that have been shielded.
No, an education institution cannot expel or refuse to admit a person solely because a person refused to disclose information about criminal charges that have been shielded.
MarylandExpungement.com is a Maryland shielding and expungement service founded by a Maryland shielding attorney.