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Maryland Code, Correctional Services § 11-1011

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On written request, a correctional officer may have expunged from any file the record of a formal complaint made against the correctional officer if:

(1)(i) the internal investigation unit that investigated the complaint:

1. exonerated the correctional officer of all charges in the complaint;  or

2. determined that the charges were unsustained or unfounded;  or

(ii) a hearing board acquitted the correctional officer, dismissed the action, or made a finding of not guilty;  and

(2) at least 3 years have passed since the final disposition by the correctional facility or hearing board.

Cite this article: - Maryland Code, Correctional Services § 11-1011 - last updated December 31, 2021 |

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