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Advocates continue to push for expansion of Md. expungement law

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland General Assembly will again grapple with the practicality and the implications of allowing individuals to remove non-convictions from their records, with advocates continuing to push for an expansion of the state's expungement law. Senate Bill 589 and House Bill 1336 would allow crimes an individual was not convicted of to be expunged even when one ...

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