Starting October 1, 2017, Maryland Expungement laws will change and there will be a new expungement law in Maryland. The new expungement law in Maryland will allow “guilty” findings to be expunged from a person’s criminal record. Click here to read the new expungement law in Maryland. In addition to the new expungement law in Maryland, we have put together some articles on other crimes and timing to file an expungement in Maryland.
So what is the new expungement law in Maryland? The new expungement law in Maryland was passed in 2016 and will be enacted on October 1, 2017. After October 1, 2017, MarylandExpungement.com (MDE) will be able to expunge even more criminal cases for clients. The new expungement law in Maryland will allow for even more criminal cases to be expunged. This will include cases where the individual was found “guilty” of certain crimes. For a list of the new crimes, check our out blog post on the crimes that can be expunged in October 2017.
An expungement for the crimes listed in section 10-110 may not be filed earlier than 10 years after the person satisfies the sentence or sentences imposed for all convictions for which expungement is requested, including parole, probation, or mandatory supervision.
The new expungement rule in Maryland for second degree assault involving domestic violence is a little different. Expungement for a violation of Second Degree Assault that was an offense classified as a domestically related under §6-233 of the Criminal Procedure Article may not be filed earlier than 15 years after the person satisfies the sentence or sentences imposed for all convictions for which expungement is requested, including parole, probation, or mandatory supervision
You will not be able to have the crimes listed in Maryland Criminal Procedure 10-110 until October 1, 2017. After October 1, 2017, you will be able to use MarylandExpungement.com to have certain guilty findings removed from your record. Click here to start the expungement process in Maryland wih
MarylandExpungement.com is an online expungement service in Maryland. Owned and operated by expungement attorney Randolph Rice, the service makes something that was difficult and time consuming easier than ever. All you have to do is answer a few simple questions. If eligible, complete payment and MDE will do the rest. It’s that easy. Click here to get started cleaning your criminal record for a better future.