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About Maryland Criminal Records

Maryland is a state of contradictions, from the pristine neighborhoods of Annapolis to the gritty backstreets of Baltimore. All over the state people are being arrested for a wide variety of crimes, but you may be surprised to find out just how many of Maryland’s residents have a criminal record. As the saying goes, “Never judge a book by its cover,” and the same holds true for criminals in Maryland. From the investment banker next door with a fraud charge on his record to the friendly librarian with a history of domestic violence, if someone in your Maryland family’s life is giving you trouble, pause, stop and perform a quick criminal record search.

All over the state, from the Garmatz U.S. Courthouse in Baltimore to the U.S. Courthouse in Cumberland, no court is too small or too far-flung to add to the state’s criminal record database. Maryland officials feel it’s important that certain information be available to the general public and criminal history is included. From specifics of an arrest to outstanding warrants to identifying features of a known criminal, nearly everything you need to know is in a criminal report. If someone is trying to hide something from you or your family in Maryland you have a right to know, and no one can hide from their own criminal record. If you need more information to help keep your family safe so you can sleep better at night, a criminal record search is the first step.