What is Record Shielding?
Record shielding in Maryland is a legal process that allows certain criminal records to be shielded or hidden from public view. The purpose of record shielding is to help individuals with criminal records overcome barriers to employment, housing, and other opportunities that may arise as a result of their criminal record.
What Types of Convictions Can be Shielded?
The following convictions may be eligible for record shielding:
- Disorderly Conduct
- Disturbing the Peace
- Failure to Obey a Reasonable/Lawful Order
- Malicious Destruction of Property
- Trespass on Posted Property
- Possessing a Controlled Dangerous Substance
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Driving Without a License
- Driving While Suspended
- Driving While Revoked
- Driving While Uninsured
Contact a Record Shielding Attorney
Contact an award-winning record shielding attorney today if you or a loved one wants to shield a criminal case from public view. With an office located in the heart of Towson, Maryland, we serve folks throughout Baltimore County, Maryland and surrounding nearby areas. We offer free phone or office consultations, and we offer jail consultations for a fee. Please use the form below to contact us and someone from our office will reach back out to you.
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