General Juvenile Expungement Articles
The juvenile expungement law establishes a procedure through which a person with a juvenile record can ask a court to have the record "expunged" (removed from public view).
Maryland law permits a person with a juvenile record to seek to have that record expunged under certain circumstances.
For a court to order a juvenile record expungement, the judge must make the findings and consider the factors explained in this article.
This article explains the steps in the juvenile record expungement process.