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Expungement Can Offer You A New Start
Are there valid reasons to argue that your previous criminal arrest or conviction records should be removed from public record? If so, you may be a good candidate for expungement.
Expungement is a legal process for getting adverse information about your criminal history to be permanently inaccessible to the public. Expungement may be attainable in your case through one or more of the following government sources:
- The Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA)
- Police records
- Court records
Each of these three paths to expungement must be pursued separately. The rules and procedures will vary depending on various factors, such as whether you were convicted or released; what you were accused of or convicted of; and when certain events happened. As a dedicated, success-oriented law firm, The Law Offices of Thomas Maronick Jr LLC is prepared to evaluate your situation and recommend the necessary steps for seeking an expungement if you are eligible.
Discuss your case during a free consultation today by calling 410-885-1775. We serve clients in Baltimore, Ocean City, Hartford, Anne Arundel County, and throughout Maryland.
Can I Expunge My DUI?
While many criminal offenses may be removed from public records through expungement, this is not usually the case with any criminal history involving alleged driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). DUI records may be expunged in just a few narrow circumstances, including:
- If there was an acquittal
- If charges were dismissed
- If the case was marked as “stet,” or indefinitely on hold
Beware of the notion that you can always get your DUI record expunged later after a conviction because this is rarely the case. If you have been charged with DUI, you must pull out all the stops for an aggressive defense. In most cases, a DUI mark on your record will be there for the rest of your life.
For Advice On Expungement Of Records, Turn To Us
Wherever you are in your criminal justice journey related to alcohol charges, contact an attorney as soon as possible, because a conviction will impact you for the rest of your life. Learn how our tough, aggressive defense firm can help you pursue expungement after an arrest or conviction if this is an option in your case. Contact us through this website or by phone at 410-885-1775.