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Couldn’t make it to last night’s Expungement and Shielding Clinic?

If you were unable to attend last night’s Expungement & Shielding Clinic at the Glen Burnie Regional Library, there are other resources available to you. Check out these organizations

  • The JustAdvice Project – This is a project through the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Clinical Program. More information is available here, including how to schedule an appointment.
  • Maryland Courts Self-Help Center – Lawyers can answer questions Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. online or via phone (410-260-1392).
  • Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service – The Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service provides pro bono legal representation on certain civil legal matters for Marylanders with limited income. Check out their website or call (410-547-6537 or 800-510-0050, Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) to see if you are an eligible client.
  • Neighborhood Defenders – This is an advocacy program through the Office of the Public Defender and is limited to individuals who have used the Office of the Public Defender for the charge they are seeking to expunge or shield. You can contact them at 877-430-5187.

To learn more about expungement and expungement resources, check out these articles on the Maryland People’s Law Library, our wiki page and our past blog posts! In addition, the Maryland Courts website includes information on how to expunge your records.

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