Partial expungement bill still concerns Judiciary, prosecutors

Second-chance advocates are continuing their push for legislative changes to how Maryland treats criminal cases that result in convictions on some but not all charges, but prosecutors and the Judiciary still have the same concerns about the initiative. House Bill 840, introduced by Del. Erek Barron, D-Prince George’s, would allow crimes an individual was not convicted ...

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