Criminal Record Expungement in Maryland

View the WEB TRAINING on your device at a time and place convenient to you. You will be emailed access instructions within 1 business day.
The training covers Maryland criminal record expungement law, working with low-income and homeless clients, expungement filing and Court process, and expungement mistakes and how to avoid them. Participating attorneys must agree to accept 3 client cases from Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP) within 1 year of registering. Attorneys not licensed in Maryland can participate, but space is limited. Contact Swapna Yeluri at hprpprobono@hprplaw.org to confirm.

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