- Federal Civil Rights Claims
Several federal statutes (laws) allow people whose civil rights have been violated to sue the violator(s).
- Expungement and Changing Your Criminal Record
This article covers expungement and pardons and includes how to remove your DNA from the state's DNA database.
- MVA Driving Record Expungements
Due to recent law changes, the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) will automatically expunge eligible records.
- Other Resources
- Shielding or Sealing a Case Record
Court records are generally open and accessible to the public. This article provides information on how to seal or shield your case records from public view.
- Enrolling in School
This article describes the process for enrolling a child in school and what to do if the child is rejected.
- Traffic Citations
When a police officer gives a driver a ticket, whether the driver needs to go to court depends upon the offense.
Other Legal Issues
- Checking Out the Person who Prepares Your Taxes
If someone else helps you to prepare your taxes, you can check out their credentials.
- Forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in the State of Maryland
This article will help you understand what a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is and why it may be a good option for you.
- Replevin and Detinue Actions in Maryland Courts
If someone has taken or withheld your personal property, you can try to get it back through two different legal actions: replevin and detinue.
- Unemployment Insurance Benefits
The current weekly benefit amount provided by the Maryland Unemployment Insurance Law ranges from $50 to $430 and is based upon the amount of money you earned from your previous employers during a specific time period.