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Expungement Attorney in Montgomery County

The laws in the state of Maryland allow individuals to get certain crimes completely expunged from their records, even if the crimes resulted in a conviction. That means, if you have been convicted of a crime, you can go through the legal process to have it erased from virtually all legal documents. This is enormously beneficial because even a conviction for a small misdemeanor can negatively affect your ability to apply for a loan, find adequate housing, gain employment, obtain security clearance, and more.

At Hirsch & Cosca, PC, our expungement attorneys in Montgomery County can help you quickly and efficiently erase convictions from your record. Backed by nearly two decades of experience, we have a long track record of success and a comprehensive understanding of this area of law. Our attorneys can guide you throughout the legal process and ensure your best interest are rights are fully protected. We will provide you with the effective and personalized representation you need and deserve.

To learn more about the expungement process and how we can help you, please schedule a free case evaluation with our expungement attorneys in Montgomery County. You can either call us today at (301) 818-1000 or contact us online.

Expungements in Maryland

While you are free and encouraged to do so, you should know that there are certain restrictions on getting your record expunged. For instance, more serious crimes such as felonies are generally unable to be erased from your criminal record. Also, not all minor crimes are able to be expunged for a variety of reasons, including the severity of the crime, the nature of the crime, and when the crime took place. In addition, although your Motor Vehicle Administration files are automatically expunged after three years, your police and court files will need to be actively and manually expunged. Our lawyers can proficiently walk you through the proceedings, help you fill our all the paperwork, and strongly represent you in court.

To clean your slate, you need to file for expungement in the following cases, and more:

  • When your case was not prosecuted further by the State’s Attorney
  • When you are found to be guilty only for certain nuisance crimes
  • When your case was resolved through a settlement
  • When the charges against you are dismissed
  • When you are not found to be guilty

To learn more about how our expungement lawyers in Montgomery County can help you, feel free to contact us today at (301) 818-1000 and schedule a complimentary case evaluation.

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