Prosecutors support shield law for minor crimes

Md. Judiciary, Chamber of Commerce oppose provisions of bills

Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler led a group of local prosecutors Tuesday in support of legislation to allow people convicted of some nonviolent misdemeanors to shield those convictions from public view three years after serving their sentences, including parole or probation.

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