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Many criminal and traffic charges may be eligible to be expunged depending on the disposition. A case that is dismissed (nol prossed), one that is found “not guilty” can be eligible to be expunged immediately. Other matters that are either indefinitely postponed (stet) and if the finding was “guilty” but the court offered Probation Before Judgment (PBJ) can be petitioned to be expunged after a period of time. Unfortunately, a PBJ on a Maryland DUI/DWI can not be expunged. Ever.

It is important to recognize that an expungement does not “make the case go away". It does mean that the matter is not available on publically available Maryland sources, such as case search. The matter may still be viewable on privately run websites and if it has been entered into federal or other state’s databases, it can will still available.

Contact our Glen Burnie office today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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Attorney Kodzis offers anyone who has been arrested (and those who are seeking an attorney to represent another who has been arrested) a free initial meeting. He is also willing to make in-home, hospital and prison visits if clients cannot meet him at his office in Glen Burnie, Maryland.

For a free initial consultation, call 410-729-1080.

Law Office of Richard Kodzis
1916 South Crain Highway, Suite 18
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Phone: 410-729-1080
Toll Free: 866-743-6853
Fax: 443-926-9612

Dismissals & Wins

Attorney Kodzis client was stopped for speeding on a rural road early in the morning.
Our Client allegedly had a “moderate” odor of alcohol. Officer had the Client step out of vehicle to perform standardized field sobriety tests
(SFSTs) which he said the Client did not do to his satisfaction.

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When the officer attempted to perform the Horizontal Gaze Nystgmus
(HGN/”eye check”), the client explains to the officer (truthfully) that he has a glass eye. The officer does the HGN anyway,

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Client had been up all night and had two glasses of wine five hours earlier.
Police say he drove erratically, moderate odor of alcohol and appeared
unable to comply with simple questions.

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