ARTICLE 27. CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS  


Appendix I. CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
ABDUCTION
§ 1. Individual under 16
§ 2. Child under twelve
ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT
§ 2A. Penalties
ADULTERY
§ 3. Penalty
APPROPRIATING PROPERTY BY BAILEE
§ 4. Appropriation and use by bailee, agent, etc
AIRCRAFT
§ 4A. Minimum altitude of certain aircraft over sporting arenas in Baltimore City
ARSON AND BURNING
§ 5 to 7. Definitions; dwelling or occupied structure; other structure
§ 7A. Threats of arson
§ 8 to 9B. Burning personal property; burning with intent to defraud; threats of arson; burning trash container; attempt to burn structure or property
§ 10. Burning cross or other religious symbol
§ 10A. Burning cross or other religious symbol
§ 11. General form of charging document
ASSAULT ON CHILD
§ 11A. Mistreating child under sixteen
ASSAULT ON POLICE
§ 11B, 11C. Assault in Baltimore City and Allegany County; assault in Anne Arundel County
FIRE AND SAFETY PERSONNEL
§ 11D. Interference, obstruction or false representation made misdemeanor; penalty
ASSAULT BY INMATES
§ 11E. Assault on Division of Correction, Patuxent Institution, jail or detention center inmate or employee; sentencing
DOMESTIC ABUSE
§ 11F. Spousal assault
ASSAULT
§ 12 to 12A-7. Assault
BAIL OR RECOGNIZANCE -- VIOLATION OF
§ 12B, 12C. Bail or recognizance -- Violation of
BARRATRY; PRACTICE OF LAW BY CORPORATION
§ 13 to 14A. Barratry; practice of law by corporation.
BAWDYHOUSES AND HOUSES OF ILL FAME; PROSTITUTION, ETC.
§ 15 to 17. Bawdyhouses and houses of ill fame; prostitution, etc.
BIGAMY
§ 18, 19. Bigamy
BLASPHEMY
§ 20. Penalty
BLIND PERSONS
§ 20A. Places of public accommodation to admit blind persons and dog guides
BOATING
§ 21. Operation in reckless manner, etc.; speed on Seneca Creek and Monocacy River
BRIBERY; OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE
§ 22 to 27. Bribery; Obstructing Justice
BULLETPROOF BODY ARMOR
§ 27A to 27C. Bulletproof body armor
BURGLARY AND RELATED OFFENSES
§ 28 to 31. Definitions; burglary in the first degree; burglary in the second degree; burglary in the third degree
§ 31A, 31B. Breaking and entering dwelling house of another; breaking and entering storehouse, etc. of another
§ 32, 33. Burglary in fourth degree; burglary with explosives
§ 33A, 33B. Breaking into building or boat with intent to steal; breaking and entering a research facility
§ 34 to 35B. Breaking and entering a research facility; breaking and entering motor vehicles; duplexes and attached dwellings; burglary indictment, information, warrant or other document; lesser included offenses
ABUSE OF CHILDREN OR VULNERABLE ADULTS
§ 35C, 35D. Abuse of children or vulnerable adults
CHILD SELLING
§ 35E. Child sale, barter or trade prohibited
CARRYING OR WEARING WEAPON
§ 36. Carrying or wearing concealed weapon; carrying openly with intent to injure; carrying by person under eighteen at night in certain counties
CARRYING DEADLY WEAPONS ON PUBLIC SCHOOL PROPERTY
§ 36A. Carrying or possessing deadly weapon upon school property
DISARMING A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
§ 36A-1. Removing firearm from possession of law enforcement officer
HANDGUNS
§ 36B. Wearing, carrying or transporting handgun; unlawful use in commission of crime
§ 36C. Seizure and forfeiture
§ 36C-1. Disposal of agency owned handgun
§ 36D. Limited search
§ 36E, 36F. Permits; definitions
§ 36G, 36H. Restrictions on possession of firearms at demonstrations in public places; State preemption of weapons and ammunition regulations
ASSAULT PISTOLS
§ 36H-1 to 36H-6. Assault pistols defined; exemptions from subheading; transportation; possession, sale, transfer or purchase as of June 1, 1994; seizure and disposition; detachable magazines; penalties
§ 36-I, 36J. Manufacture, sale or offer for sale of handguns not included on handgun roster; obliteration, removal, etc., of manufacturer's identification mark; handgun roster; Handgun Roster Board
§ 36K. Access to firearms by minors
CONSPIRACY
§ 37. Trade dispute agreements, etc., not indictable; law relating to riot, etc., not affected
§ 38 to 40. Punishment for conspiracy; witnesses in prosecution; indictment
CLOVE CIGARETTES -- SALES PROHIBITED
§ 40A. Sale of clove cigarettes
CODE GRABBING
§ 40B. Use of code grabbing device while committing a crime
CONTRACEPTIVES -- SALE BY VENDING MACHINES
§ 41, 41A. Nonlatex condoms; sale in schools
CONTRACTS WITH PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
§ 42. Officers, etc., contracting with institutions
CONVICT-MADE GOODS
§ 43. Importation and sale
COUNTERFEITING AND FORGERY
§ 44 to 48A. Private instruments generally; United States currency; public documents generally; false entry in public record; altering, defacing, destroying, removing or concealing public record; accessing public records; public seals; stamp of Comptroller; orders, etc. for money or goods; trademarks
§ 49 to 52. Manifest of tobacco inspector; exporting tobacco with forged mark, etc.; tampering with hogshead, etc.; defacing tobacco inspector's brand; false branding; breaking hogshead of tobacco with intent to evade inspection laws.
§ 53 to 58. Certificate of State stock; metallic checks, etc. used by food canners; prescriptions, orders, etc. for controlled substances; tickets, coupons, tokens, etc.; unlawful operation of vending machine, slot machine, coin box telephone, etc.; manufacture, etc., of slugs, etc., for such unlawful use
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
§ 59 to 61. Cruelty to animals; killing of dogs and cats by certain methods prohibited; abandoning domestic animal; giving away any live animal, equine, or bird; sale or importation of certain puppies and kittens; exceptions; injuring, etc., of race horse, etc
§ 61A. Duty of motorist striking domestic animals; duty of police
§ 62 to 70E. Definitions; arrests by officers of humane society; killing carrier pigeons; same -- penalty; entrapping, etc. carrier pigeons; care of mistreated and neglected animals; inspection of dog kennels or premises where dogs sold, bred, etc.; disposal of domestic animals; expenses for food and attention given to mistreated or neglected animal; giving poison or ground glass to dogs; female dogs in heat in Cecil, Dorchester, Frederick, Talbot and Wicomico Counties; female dogs in heat in Harford County; female dogs in heat in Howard and St. Mary's Counties; protection for dogs kept out-of-doors in Frederick County; importation or sale of certain animals as household pets; dangerous dogs
DEATH PENALTY
§ 71 to 79. Death penalty
DEBT ADJUSTMENT
§ 79A. Prohibited; exceptions
DEFAULTERS
§ 80. Defalcation by officer collecting revenue due State or county
DESECRATION OF THE NATIONAL OR STATE FLAG
§ 81 to 87. Desecration of the National or State Flag
DESERTION OF SPOUSE OR CHILD
§ 88 to 96. Desertion of spouse or child.
DESTITUTE CHILDREN
§ 97 to 103. Destitute children.
DESTITUTE PARENTS
§ 104 to 110. Destitute parents.
DESTROYING, INJURING, ETC., PROPERTY MALICIOUSLY
§ 111 to 111B. Destroying, injuring, etc., property of another; opening gate of another's pasture, etc.; throwing, etc., missiles into occupied vehicle or instrumentality of public transportation
§ 112 to 117. Breaking or entering railroad car with intent to destroy car or chattels therein; injuring or destroying railroad locomotive, car, etc., or chattels therein; breaking or entering railroad car or freight secured or attached to railroad car with intent to steal; breaking into railroad car or entering by force; removal of packing from journal box of railroad locomotive, car, etc.; wilful or reckless injury to baggage.
§ 118. Interference with water equipment
§ 119. Dynamiting, etc., property
§ 120. Reckless endangerment
GROCERY CARTS
§ 120A. Removal from store premises; destruction or damage; abandonment on streets, etc
FOOD PACKAGES OR CONTAINERS
§ 120B. Opening closed food packages or containers
EXITS OF BUILDINGS
§ 120C. Designations required in elevators and stairways
DISTURBING THE PUBLIC PEACE AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT
§ 121. Obstructing free passage; making unseemly noises; obscene language, etc
§ 121A, 121B. Harassment; stalking
§ 122. Keeping disorderly house
CONTRABAND, CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES AND LIQUORS IN PRISONS
§ 122A. Delivery or receipt of alcoholic beverages, controlled dangerous substance or contraband to effect escape
§ 122A-1. Delivery of thing of value into or out of correctional institution
INTOXICANTS IN SCHOOLS
§ 122B. Drinking or possessing intoxicating beverages on school premises
HARASSMENT AND STALKING
§ 123. Harassment
§ 123A. Disturbing activities at school or college; molesting or threatening students, etc
§ 124. Stalking
§ 125. Keeping disorderly house
INTERFERENCE IN ATHLETIC EVENTS
§ 125 1/2. Throwing or projecting objects
EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS -- INTERFERENCE
§ 125A. Interference with emergency communications
§ 125B to 125D. Electronic devices
EMBEZZLING PROPERTY AND WRITINGS
§ 126, 127. Wills, patents, deeds, records, etc.; destroying or secreting will
§ 128 to 131. Embezzlement by bank president or director; embezzlement by cashier, servant, agent, clerk, etc.; description of property in indictment; indictment for embezzlement generally; embezzlement by insurance agents, solicitors or brokers.
§ 132. Fraudulent misappropriation by fiduciaries
§ 133. Wrongful disposal of property by carriers
§ 134, 135. Fraudulent receipt of consigned property without owner's consent; liability to owner; wrongful disposal of cargo of vessel; refusal to pay over consideration for sale of cargo
ESCAPE AND CONTRABAND IN PLACES OF CONFINEMENT
§ 136 to 139. Escape and contraband in places of confinement
DESTRUCTIVE DEVICES
§ 139A to 139D. Destructive devices
BAD CHECKS
§ 140 to 142. Definitions; obtaining property or services by bad check -- acts constituting; same -- presumptions
§ 142A. Credit card offenses
§ 143, 144. Obtaining property or services by bad check -- penalties; restitution; same -- limitation on prosecution
CREDIT CARD OFFENSES
§ 145, 146. Credit card offenses; unauthorized access to computers prohibited
§ 147 to 149A. Obtaining loan of money, etc., by misrepresentation of pecuniary responsibility, etc.; false statement of financial condition or ability to pay; refusing to pay mass transit bus fare; obtaining registration by false representations.
FALSE STATEMENTS
§ 150 to 151C. False statements
FEMALE SITTERS
§ 152, 153. Female sitters
FIREARMS
§ 154. Carrying firearm while under influence of alcohol or narcotic drug
FIRE ESCAPES
§ 155. Requirements for hotels
FIRE -- FALSE ALARMS
§ 156. False alarms prohibited; false ambulance or rescue squad calls
BURGLARY AND ROBBERY FALSE ALARM
§ 156A to 156E. Burglary and robbery false alarm
FIRE PROTECTION
§ 157. Notice to be shown by motion picture theatres
FISH
§ 158, 158 1/2. Fish.
FORTUNE-TELLING
§ 158A. Caroline, Carroll and Talbot Counties
FRAUD -- BEER
§ 159. Manufacture or sale of malt extract, beer, etc., not brewed as such; coloring matter or porterine; sale by proper name
FRAUD -- BILLS OF LADING
§ 160. Issuance of bill of lading, etc., prior to receipt of goods, etc
FRAUD -- BOARDINGHOUSE, HOTEL, ETC.
§ 161 to 162A. Fraud -- Boardinghouse, Hotel, etc.
FRAUD -- BREACH OF TRUST, BILLS OF LADING, ELEVATOR OR WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS
§ 163. Failure or neglect to comply with terms of trust
FRAUD -- BUTTER -- OLEOMARGARINE
§ 164 to 168. Fraud -- Butter -- Oleomargarine
FRAUD -- CONVERSION BY FACTORS OF CONSIGNED GOODS
§ 169. Conversion by factor, commission merchant, etc
§ 170 to 172. Factors, etc., selling farm products to require purchasers to make deposit for crates, etc.; return of crates, etc.; disposition of deposit; penalty for violation of § 170; accounting for sales by agent, factor, etc
FRAUD -- CONVERSION OF MONEY OR SECURITIES
§ 173. Conversion of partnership money, etc
FRAUD -- CORPORATE MISREPRESENTATION
§ 174. Fraudulent misrepresentation by corporate officer or agent
FRAUD -- DRUGS
§ 175. Fraudulently compounding or selling drugs, medicines, etc
FRAUD -- ELECTRIC STORAGE BATTERIES
§ 176 to 180. Fraud -- Electric storage batteries
FRAUD -- FALSE INSIGNIA
§ 181 to 190. Fraud -- Insignia
FRAUD -- UNLAWFUL USE OR IMITATION OF TRADE NAMES OR TITLES
§ 191. Fraudulent use or imitation of trade names, etc
FRAUD -- UNLAWFUL USE OF FOOD COMMODITIES DONATED BY THE UNITED STATES
§ 191A. Unauthorized disposition or conversion of donated food commodity
FRAUD -- UPON GAS COMPANIES
§ 192. Interference with gas equipment
§ 193. Tampering with meter
FRAUD -- UPON ELECTRIC COMPANIES, AND DAMAGING, INTERFERING OR TAMPERING WITH THE PROPERTY OF SUCH COMPANIES
§ 194. Interference with distribution of electricity and power operations
FRAUD -- TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE PROVIDERS
§ 194A. Unlawful telecommunication devices, access codes, or access devices
FRAUD -- UPON CABLE TELEVISION COMPANIES
§ 194B. Interference with cable television service
FRAUD -- FALSE ADVERTISEMENTS
§ 195. False advertisements generally
§ 195A to 197. False advertising in conduct of business, trade, etc.; "Kosher" products
§ 198. Advertisements of merchandise, commodities or service as part of scheme not to sell at advertised price
FRAUD -- USE OF SIMULATED COURT PROCESS
§ 199. Use of simulated court documents; simulated seal, etc., of governmental agency
FRAUD -- TRANSFERS
§ 200. Transfer of tickets
FRAUD -- BY HIRERS
§ 201. Secreting, etc., of personalty by hirers
§ 202 to 204. Rental of motor vehicles -- renting with incorrect measuring device, etc.; same -- renting to person under influence of liquor or drugs; same -- tampering, etc., with measuring device; place of prosecution
§ 205. Rental of motor vehicles -- Obtaining use by trick, false representations, etc
§ 206, 207. Rental of motor vehicles -- abandoning or refusing to return; conversion of leased or rented goods
FRAUD -- UNLAWFUL SUBLEASING OF MOTOR VEHICLES
§ 208. Subleasing motor vehicles
FRAUD -- INSURANCE COMPANIES, BY DIRECTORS OR OFFICERS OF
§ 209. Receiving premiums after insolvency
FRAUD -- BY LESSEE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
§ 210. Removal, sale, etc., of property by lessee
FRAUD -- LIVESTOCK
§ 211. Failure to furnish certificate as to breed
§ 212. Sale of horse meat for human consumption prohibited
FRAUD -- MILLERS MIXING FLOUR
§ 213. Mixing other flour with wheat flour
FRAUD -- BY MORTGAGORS, ETC., OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
§ 214. Removal, sale, etc., of property by mortgagors, conditional purchasers, etc
FRAUD -- RADIO AND TELEVISION RECEIVERS
§ 214A. Sale and advertisement of used, reconditioned, etc., television or radio sets
FRAUD -- REPRESENTATION BY PUBLIC DEFENDER
§ 214B. Fraudulently obtaining representation by public defender
FRAUD -- REHYPOTHECATION OF PERSONAL SECURITIES
§ 215. Repledge or rehypothecation of securities without consent
FRAUD -- SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP
§ 216. Fraud in management
FRAUD -- GOLD AND SILVER
§ 217 to 223. Fraud -- Gold and silver.
FRAUD -- WATCHES
§ 224 to 228. Fraud -- Watches.
FRAUD -- NEGLECT TO DELIVER DRAFT, ETC., FOR MERCHANDISE STORED
§ 229. Failure to deliver drafts, etc., for stored grain, etc
FRAUD -- WOOD ALCOHOL
§ 230. Substituting for grain alcohol
FRAUD -- WELFARE
§ 230A. Obtaining public assistance by fraud
FRAUD -- STATE HEALTH PLANS
§ 230B to 230H. Fraud -- State health plans
FRAUD -- PERSONAL IDENTIFYING INFORMATION
§ 231. Identity fraud
FRAUD -- MISREPRESENTATIONS IN FUND-RAISING CAMPAIGNS
§ 233A. Identification of fund-raising as for or on behalf of public safety officers
FRAUD -- HORSE RACES
§ 233B. Racing horse under false name
FRAUD -- PARI-MUTUEL TICKETS
§ 233C. Counterfeit or altered pari-mutuel tickets
FRAUD -- PYRAMID PROMOTIONAL SCHEMES
§ 233D. Pyramid promotional schemes
AGE IDENTIFICATION CARDS AND DOCUMENTS
§ 233E. Sale or issuance of blank or incorrect age identification cards
FUGITIVE CONVICTS
§ 234. Punishment
GAME PRESERVES
§ 235. Killing, injuring, etc., birds and animals; trespass
GAMING
§ 236 to 250. Raffles of real property by charitable organizations; keeping gaming table or place; tables deemed a gaming table; renting place for gambling; betting, wagering, or gambling; pools on horses, etc.; prearrangement or predetermination of horse race results; keeping, etc., gaming table or place; owner or occupant of building, etc., permitting keeping of tables; losses recoverable; winnings not recoverable; games and devices deemed a gaming table; playing "thimbles", "little joker", "craps", etc.; construction of sections relating to gambling and betting; gambling or permitting gambling on vessels, piers, wharves, etc.; bingo in Anne Arundel, Queen Anne's, Kent and Somerset counties; raffles in Anne Arundel County; bingo in Carroll County; bingo in Frederick County; bingo in Howard County
§ 250A. Carnivals, bazaars and raffles in Howard County
§ 251 to 261. Bingo in St. Mary's County; bingo in Worcester County; gaming permits and licenses in Worcester County; multiple gaming and raffle permits -- Queen Anne's County; bingo in Baltimore County; carnivals, bazaars, etc., in Kent County; bingo or raffles in Charles County; carnivals, raffles and bingo in Harford County; carnivals, bazaars, etc., in certain counties; bingo in Dorchester County; bingo or raffles in Montgomery County; Washington County Gaming Commission; tip jars; Washington County Gaming Fund; carnivals, raffles and bingo in Wicomico County; Wicomico County Gaming Advisory Committee; carnivals, bazaars, etc., in Baltimore City; carnivals, bazaars, etc., in Carroll County; gaming events in Frederick County; carnivals, fairs, bingo parties, raffles, casino nights, etc., in Prince George's County; bingo in Washington County; bingo in Calvert County; bingo in Baltimore City; same -- organizations of persons of certain age; carnivals, raffles, bingo, etc., in Cecil County
§ 261A, 261B. Bingo and raffles in Garrett County; bingo or raffles in Allegany County.
§ 261C to 261E. Prizes at political fund-raising affairs in Baltimore City; fund-raising affairs in Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties; raffle by political committee; acceptance of credit
§ 262. Persons compellable to testify; exemption from prosecution
§ 263. Duty of police
§ 264. Cash seized in gambling operations in Baltimore City and certain counties
§ 264A. "Jai alai"
SLOT MACHINES
§ 264B, 264C. Slot machines
REMOVAL OF HUMAN REMAINS FROM BURIAL SITES
§ 265. Removal of human remains from burial site
§ 266. Removal of human remains from burial site -- Bodies in Potter's Field excepted
GRAVEYARD DESECRATION
§ 267. Desecration of associated funerary objects, trees, plants, or shrubs
TRADING IN HUMAN REMAINS AND ASSOCIATED FUNERARY OBJECTS
§ 267A. Unlawful removal of remains or associated funerary objects
GUNNING
§ 268, 268A. Hunting on lands without permission; written permission in Harford, Somerset and Talbot counties.
§ 268B to 268D. Hunting without written permission in Caroline and Anne Arundel counties; target practice with or discharge of guns or weapons in St. Mary's County; hunting without written permission in Harford County
HARBORING
§ 268E to 268G. Harboring
HAZING
§ 268H. Hazing students prohibited
HEALTH -- DELETERIOUS CANDY OR CAKES
§ 269, 270. Manufacture or sale prohibited; penalty.
§ 271, 272. Use of terra alba, narcotics, etc., in manufacture; sale of such candy, etc.; recovery of damages by persons injured
HEALTH -- INFANTS' EYES
§ 273. Duty of midwife, nurse, etc
HEALTH -- MILK -- PURE -- SKIMMED
§ 274, 275. Health -- Milk -- Pure -- Skimmed.
HEALTH -- CONCEALMENT OF MEDICAL RECORDS
§ 275A. Health -- Concealment of medical records
HEALTH -- CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES
§ 276 to 291A. Findings and declarations; purpose; interpretation and construction of subheading; definitions; control of substances; schedules; rules and regulations concerning manufacture, distribution and dispensing; fees; registration generally; use of weapon as separate crime; suspension, revocation and denial of registration; records and inventories required of registrants; order forms required for distribution of substances in Schedules I and II; prescriptions required in certain instances; unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc.; manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment for illegal use; keeping common nuisance; bringing into State in excess of certain amounts; distribution of noncontrolled substance as controlled dangerous substance; using minors for manufacture, delivery or distribution of controlled dangerous substances; manufacture, distribution, etc., of controlled dangerous substances near schools or on school vehicles; use of a minor; unlawful possession or administering to another; obtaining, etc., substance or paraphernalia by fraud, forgery, misrepresentation, etc.; affixing forged label; altering, etc., label; unlawful possession or distribution of controlled paraphernalia; penalties; drug paraphernalia; possession or purchase of noncontrolled substances believed to be controlled dangerous substances; drug-induced conduct; certain unlawful acts particularly applicable to registrants; distribution by registrants of certain substances without required order form; use of fictitious, revoked, etc., registration number; attempts, endeavors and conspiracies; penalties are additional; possession, ownership, transportation, etc., of a firearm
§ 292. Expunging criminal arrest record of person not convicted; probation and discharge of first offenders
§ 293 to 296. Second or subsequent offenses; administrative inspections and warrants; injunctions against violations; enforcement of subheading; cooperative arrangements; plant eradication programs
§ 297, 297A. Forfeitures and seizures generally; motor vehicles; contraband coin and currency
§ 297B to 305. Proceeds from controlled dangerous substance offenses; grants program for neighborhood crime prevention, drug and alcohol abuse, and law enforcement programs; Maryland Drug and Alcohol Grants Program Fund; burden of proof; liability of officers and police department civilian employees; notice of convictions; standard governing arrest, search and seizure; hearsay evidence; authority of Department of State Police; jurisdiction of local officers; conviction of licensees of controlled dangerous substance offenses; payments by Department of State Police in connection with purchase; prescription drugs; inhalants -- use; same -- distribution; miscellaneous provisions; educational program on AIDS; use of anabolic steroids or human growth hormones -- warning posted in athletic facility; prescription drug forgery
§ 306 to 313D.
HEALTH -- METHYL AND DENATURED ALCOHOL
§ 314. Sale for beverage purposes prohibited
HEALTH -- BICHLORIDE OF MERCURY
§ 315 to 318. Health -- Bichloride of mercury.
HEALTH -- CAUSTIC AIDS
§ 319. Sale, etc., of "dangerous caustic or corrosive substances"
HEALTH -- SPITTING ON CARS
§ 320. Spitting on floors, etc., of railroad passenger cars; arrests by conductors, etc
HEALTH -- SLAUGHTER OF ANIMALS
§ 321. Killing for human food when unfit; presumption
HEALTH -- VENEREAL DISEASE REMEDIES
§ 322, 323. Health -- Venereal disease remedies
HEALTH -- WORKSHOPS AND FACTORIES
§ 324, 325. Health -- Workshops and factories.
HEALTH -- WORKSHOPS AND FACTORIES -- SWEATING SYSTEM
§ 326 to 333. Health -- Workshops and factories -- Sweating system.
HUMANE SLAUGHTER OF LIVESTOCK
§ 333A to 333D. Humane slaughter of livestock
ICEBOXES
§ 334. Abandoned and discarded
INCEST
§ 335. Carnal knowledge of another within degrees of consanguinity within which marriages prohibited
INDECENT EXPOSURE
§ 335A. Indecent exposure
INJURIES -- REPORTS OF
§ 336, 336A. Injuries -- Reports of
KEY REGULATIONS -- STATE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
§ 336B. Establishment of regulations; identification, duplication, etc., of keys; penalties for violation
KIDNAPPING
§ 337. Generally
§ 337A. False imprisonment of correctional employees
§ 338. Children under sixteen
KNIVES -- SWITCHBLADES
§ 339. Knives -- Switchblades
THEFT
§ 340 to 343. Definitions; acts constituting theft; theft; unlawful taking of motor vehicle; defenses and presumptions
§ 343A. Stealing money or goods from coin-operated machine
§ 344, 345. Charging document; offenses involving bad checks; newspaper theft
LARCENY -- GOODS, WARES AND MERCHANDISE ENTRUSTED TO BE MANUFACTURED
§ 346, 347. Larceny -- Goods, wares and merchandise entrusted to be manufactured.
LARCENY -- LIVESTOCK, BOATS, OR VEHICLES
§ 348. Horse, mare, gelding, etc., or motor vehicle
§ 348A, 349. Carjacking; unauthorized use of livestock, boat, or vehicle
§ 349A. Possession of motor vehicle master key
LARCENY -- METALLIC CHECKS
§ 350. Metallic checks issued by employers to employees
LARCENY -- PIPES AND FIXTURES
§ 351. Pipes and fixtures
LARCENY -- TOBACCO PLANTS
§ 352. Growing tobacco plants
LASER POINTERS
§ 353. Harassment with laser pointer
§ 353A. Conversion of leased or rented goods
LETTERS -- WRONGFULLY OPENING
§ 354. Opening letters without permission
LIGHTS ON VEHICLES ON PUBLIC HIGHWAYS
§ 355. When required; requirements for lights
LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS
§ 355A to 355G. Liquefied petroleum gas.
LOTTERIES
§ 356 to 369. Prohibited; devices to evade law; penalty; civil remedy; keeping place for selling, etc., of lottery tickets; owner permitting use of house, etc., for sale of tickets; possession of lottery tickets, records or money; publication of account of lottery; insuring for or against drawing, etc.; sales, transfers, etc., in aid of lotteries void; second offense; prohibition applicable to all lotteries; subtitle liberally construed; gift enterprises
§ 369A. Games, contests, etc., by retail establishments
§ 370. Penalty for violation of § 369
§ 371. Persons compellable to testify; exemption from prosecution
§ 371A. Subheading inapplicable to State lottery system
§ 371B. Subheading inapplicable to interest awards on State premium savings bonds
MACHINE GUNS
§ 372 to 383. Machine guns
MAIMING
§ 384 to 386. Maiming
MANSLAUGHTER
§ 387 to 388C. Manslaughter
MANUFACTURED ARTICLES
§ 389. Removing or defacing serial numbers
MARRYING UNLAWFULLY
§ 390 to 392. Marrying within prohibited degrees
§ 393. Minister marrying Negro with white person
§ 394 to 397. Celebrating marriage between unauthorized persons; marrying without license; Quakers excepted; minister, etc., giving money, etc., as inducement to bring persons contemplating marriage; advertising in solicitation of marriages.
§ 398. Miscegenation
MINORS -- CARE AND PROTECTION OF
§ 399. Authority of officers of institutions, etc.; interfering with or obstructing officers
MISCELLANEOUS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OFFENSES
§ 399A. Consumption; possession, or transfer of alcoholic beverages on unlicensed premises in Worcester County
§ 399B. Confining unattended child in dwelling in Howard County.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OFFENSES AND MISREPRESENTATION OF AGE
§ 400 to 403A. Misrepresentation of age to obtain alcoholic beverages from licensed seller; possession of alcoholic beverages by persons under age 21; false identification card or document; obtaining alcoholic beverages for consumption by person under age 21; furnishing alcoholic beverages for consumption to person known to be under age 21; keg registration; citation; disposition of violation; certain violations reported to Motor Vehicle Administration; failure or refusal to furnish proof of identification and age; juvenile court jurisdiction
§ 403B, 403C. Disposition of violation; certain violations reported to Motor Vehicle Administration; failure or refusal to furnish proof of identification and age; juvenile court jurisdiction
MINORS -- SALE OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO TO
§ 404, 405. Sale, barter, delivery, etc., of tobacco and tobacco products to minors; penalty; exception
§ 405A. Possession or use of a false identification to obtain tobacco products or rolling papers
§ 406. Possession or use of a false identification to obtain tobacco products or rolling papers
MINORS -- POSSESSION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN WORCESTER COUNTY AND IN ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
§ 406A to 406C. Possession, etc., of alcoholic beverages by minor prohibited; exception; penalty and prosecution; refusal to furnish proof of identification and age to police officer.
§ 406D. Consumption of alcoholic beverages in unlicensed buildings in Cecil County
MURDER
§ 407 to 414A. Murder
HOMICIDE -- PROSECUTION
§ 415. Statute of limitations
ASSISTED SUICIDE
§ 416. Unlawful to help another to commit suicide
NUDITY AND SEXUAL DISPLAYS
§ 416A to 416G. Nudity and sexual displays
OBSCENE MATTER
§ 417 to 425. Obscene matter
PROSTITUTION AND RELATED CRIMES
§ 426 to 431. Definitions; violations of other applicable law; pandering; receipt of moneys from prostitution earnings; persuading or enticing; prostitution or assignation
§ 432, 433. Transporting person for prostitution; effect of subtitle on other laws
PASSENGER BOATS
§ 434. Ship-to-shore telephone or other equipment
PERJURY
§ 435 to 439. Perjury
IMPERSONATING OFFICERS
§ 440. Impersonating police officers; unauthorized use of uniform, badge, etc
REGULATED FIREARMS
§ 441 to 449. Regulated firearms
POISON -- ATTEMPTING TO
§ 450, 451. Poison -- Attempting to
POSTERS, ETC.
§ 452. Placing political posters, etc., in certain counties prohibited
RAILROADS
§ 453, 453A. "Railroad vehicle" defined; interference with railroad
§ 454. Interference with railroad -- Death resulting from overthrow, etc
§ 455, 456. Unauthorized access to railroad vehicle; interference with train signals
§ 457. Removal of bond-wires, nuts, bolts, etc., without authority
§ 458. Striking railroad vehicle with object
§ 459. Throwing glass, etc., from moving train
§ 460. Unauthorized buying or selling tickets
§ 460A. Railroads to provide certain seats for employees; penalty
SEXUAL OFFENSES
§ 461 to 462. Definitions; admissibility of evidence in rape cases; jury instructions; general form of indictment, information or warrant for rape or sexual offense; bill of particulars; first degree rape
§ 462A. Carnal knowledge of male under fourteen by female over eighteen
§ 463 to 465. Second degree rape; first degree sexual offense; second degree sexual offense; third degree sexual offense; fourth degree sexual offense; defense that victim is spouse of person committing act; undefined words describing elements of common-law rape; attempted rape or sexual offense; sexual acts with inmates prohibited; jurisdiction where victim transported
§ 465 1/2. Transportation of alleged rape victim to approved facility
REAL ESTATE SETTLEMENTS
§ 465A. Fee or other consideration for obtaining settlement or settlement business
RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS, MONEY OR SECURITIES
§ 466, 467. Receiving stolen goods, money or securities
RECORDED MATERIAL -- UNAUTHORIZED COPIES
§ 467A. Transfer of recorded sounds or images without consent of owner of master device
RECORDING OR BROADCASTING CRIMINAL TRIALS
§ 467B. Prohibited; exceptions
LITTER CONTROL LAW
§ 468. Litter Control Law
JUNKYARDS, ETC.
§ 469. Junkyard, automotive dismantler or recycler facility, scrap metal processing facility, or automobile graveyard adjoining body of water
RELIGIOUS MEETINGS
§ 470. Interrupting or disturbing
RELIGIOUS AND ETHNIC CRIMES
§ 470A. Crimes against religious property, institutions, or persons or property because of race, religious beliefs, etc
RETURNABLE CONTAINERS AND MARKED ARTICLES OF LINEN SUPPLIERS
§ 471 to 480A. Registration; procedure; assignment or transfer of registration; recording of registration and transfer; certified copies as evidence; unlawful use of registered containers or articles; defacing, etc., of identification; breaking, injuring, etc., containers or articles; penalties; possession as evidence of violation; cleansing dairy product containers; surrender of containers or articles upon demand; search warrants to obtain evidence of violation; award of property to rightful owner; "returnable containers" defined; deposit not deemed sale of container; reregistration not required; unlawful to register containers or clean laundered articles previously registered or used by others; description, etc., of containers and articles in prosecutions; subtitle not to prohibit other suits or prosecutions
§ 481. Costs in prosecutions
RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS
§ 481A to 481D. Purchase from licensed dealer in adjoining state; purchase by resident of adjacent state from licensed dealer in Maryland; short-barreled rifles and short-barreled shotguns; Possession by persons suffering from mental disorder having history of violent behavior
§ 481E. Assault weapons
RIVERS, HARBORS, ETC.
§ 482 to 484. Throwing ballast, ashes, oyster shells, etc., into; enforcement of § 482; damaging or interfering with use of public wharf or landing
§ 485. Removal of sand, gravel, etc.; rights of riparian owner
ROBBERY
§ 486. Offense established
§ 486A. Bonds, notes, checks, etc.; wills
§ 487, 488. Robbery with dangerous or deadly weapon; charging document
§ 489. Indictment or warrant
ROGUES AND VAGABONDS
§ 490. Persons deemed rogues and vagabonds
§ 491. Indictment, information or warrant
SABBATH BREAKING
§ 492. Working on Sunday; permitting children or servants to game, hunt, etc.; certain municipalities and persons excepted
§ 493. Sunday blue laws for retail and wholesale establishments
§ 494 to 496. Sunday activities prohibited in Wicomico County; certain persons excepted; sale, etc., of merchandise on Sunday in Wicomico County; exceptions; keeping open or using dancing saloon, opera house, tenpin alley, barber saloon or ball alley on Sunday in Wicomico County; certain persons excepted.
§ 497. Baseball, motion pictures and bowling alleys in Wicomico County
§ 498 to 500. Washing motor vehicles on Sunday in Wicomico County; contracts executed on Sunday in Wicomico County; Sunday blue laws in Wicomico County.
§ 501. Officiating at or assisting in conduct of games
§ 502 to 508. Motion pictures in Montgomery County; dancing, bowling, motion pictures, etc., permitted until 1:30 a.m. on Sunday; employees in connection with motion pictures in Montgomery County; penalty for violation of §§ 500 to 503; swimming pools in Montgomery County; officiating at or assisting in operation; recreation center, amusement park or picnic grounds in Montgomery County; officiating at or assisting in conduct; bowling, skating, etc., in Montgomery County.
§ 509. Beaches, amusement parks, picnic groves, etc., in Anne Arundel County
§ 510. Penalty for violation of §§ 504 to 508
§ 511 to 514. Motion pictures in Aberdeen and Havre de Grace; sports, motion pictures, beaches and skating rinks in Harford County
§ 515. Motion pictures in certain districts in Anne Arundel County
§ 516. Motion pictures, miniature golf courses, rod and gun clubs and swimming pools in Talbot County
§ 517. Bowling alleys, etc., in Allegany County
§ 518. Bowling alleys, etc., in Baltimore County
§ 519. Motion pictures, bowling, etc., in Kent County
§ 520. Golf, baseball and stock car racing in Garrett County
§ 521, 522. Sale, etc., of merchandise on Sunday in Wicomico and Allegany Counties; exceptions; keeping open or using dancing saloon, opera house, tenpin alley, barber saloon or ball alley on Sunday in Wicomico and Allegany Counties; certain persons excepted
§ 523 to 525. Motion pictures in Carroll County; bowling alleys, etc., in Carroll County; motion pictures in Town of Sykesville.
§ 526. Motion pictures in Franklin district, Carroll County
§ 527. Motion pictures in Somerset County
§ 528. Baseball, motion pictures and bowling alleys in Wicomico County
§ 529. Bowling alleys, baseball and motion pictures in Worcester County
§ 530. Motion pictures in Allegany County outside corporate limits of municipalities
§ 531. Motion pictures in towns of Centreville and Church Hill
§ 532. Motion pictures in Town of Mt. Airy
§ 533 to 534D. Motion pictures in Caroline County; motion pictures in Town of Queenstown; operation of sport facilities on Sunday in Queen Anne's County; sports activities, pool or billiards, etc., on Sunday in Howard County; motion pictures on Sunday in City of Cambridge; bowling alleys, etc., in Dorchester County.
§ 534E, 534F. Washing motor vehicles on Sunday in Wicomico and Allegany Counties; contracts executed on Sunday in Wicomico and Allegany Counties
§ 534G to 534L-2. Prince George's County -- §§ 472, 521 or 522 not applicable; prohibited and permitted activities on Sunday; §§ 492, 521 and 522 not applicable in Montgomery County; Sunday activities in Montgomery County; §§ 492, 521 and 522 not applicable in Harford County; Sunday activities in Baltimore County and Baltimore City; exceptions to § 534L; retail and wholesale establishments in Baltimore County and Baltimore City.
§ 534M. Sunday activities in Wicomico County
§ 534N to 534N-3. Sunday activities in Calvert County; Sunday activities in Anne Arundel County; exceptions to § 534N-1; retail and wholesale establishments in Anne Arundel County.
§ 534-O. Sunday activities in Washington County
§ 534P to 534W-2. Sections 492, 521 and 522 not applicable in Carroll or Frederick County; prohibited and permitted activities on Sunday in Frederick and Carroll Counties; Sunday activities in Harford County; retail and wholesale establishments in Harford County; Sunday activities in Worcester County; Sunday sales in Worcester County; Sunday activities in Cecil County; Sunday activities in Charles County; Sunday activities in Howard County; exceptions to § 534W; retail and wholesale establishments in Howard County.
§ 534X. Retail and wholesale establishments in Allegany County
SABOTAGE AND RELATED CRIMES
§ 535 to 542. Definitions; interference with defense-related activity; defective products connected with defense-related activity; hinderance, delay, or interference; identification cards and badges -- surrender; same -- unauthorized use or possession; certain rights not impaired; conduct prohibited by other laws; trespass or violation at nuclear power facility -- detention
§ 543 to 550. Closing and restricting use of highway; penalty for going upon closed or restricted highway; rights of labor; severability; short title; relation to other statutes; duration; identification cards or badges
SEARCH WARRANTS
§ 551. Issuance; contents; time of search, etc.; disposition of property seized; sealing affidavit
SHOPLIFTING
§ 551A. Shoplifting
SIT-DOWN STRIKES
§ 552. Sit-down strikes
SODOMY
§ 553, 554. Sodomy
SURVEILLANCE
§ 555. Regulation of surveillance activities
TELEPHONE AND ELECTRONIC MAIL MISUSE
§ 555A to 555C. Telephone and electronic mail misuse
TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES
§ 556. Divulging contents of messages
§ 557. Refusal to relinquish telephone party line in emergency; false statement to secure use of party line; notice to be printed in directory
§ 557A, 557B. Publishing number or code of telephone credit card; approval of devices transmitting prerecorded messages concerning emergency conditions to preprogrammed numbers
TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT
§ 557C to 557F. Telecommunications act
THIEVES AND PICKPOCKETS
§ 558 to 560. Thieves and pickpockets
THREATS AND THREATENING LETTERS
§ 561 to 563. Threats and threatening letters
TOURIST INFORMATION
§ 563A. Tourist or travelers' guide or information services
TRADE -- TRADING STAMPS
§ 564 to 573. Trade -- Trading stamps.
TRANSPORTATION FOR IMMORAL PURPOSES
§ 574, 575. Transportation for immoral purposes
TRESPASS
§ 576. Definitions
§ 576A. Posting property
§ 577. Wanton trespass upon private land or vessel; legislation by Baltimore City prohibiting denial of accommodations, etc., by public places
§ 577A. Refusing to leave public buildings or grounds upon request
§ 577B. Interference with access to or egress from a medical facility
§ 577C. Entering or trespassing on property of Government House
§ 578. Refusing to leave public buildings or grounds upon request
§ 578A. Use of off-road vehicle on private property without permission or in pursuit of wildlife
§ 579 to 579B. Visual surveillance in a private place prohibited; camera surveillance; visual surveillance with prurient intent
§ 579C. Visual surveillance in a private place prohibited
§ 580. Trespass in order to look into windows, etc
PICKETING OF DWELLING PLACES
§ 580A. Legislative declaration; unlawful picketing or assembly; acts not prohibited; penalty; injunction; damages
VAGRANTS AND TRAMPS
§ 581. Persons deemed tramps; penalty; Allegany County excepted
VESSELS -- DISPLAYING OF NUMBER, NAME, ETC.
§ 582. Operating vessel while number, name or home port designation concealed
VIDEO TAPE DISTRIBUTORS
§ 583. Publication of information
WILD OR VICIOUS ANIMALS
§ 584. Keeping for exhibition
WIRETAPPING
§ 585. Penalty for interception of telephonic and telegraphic communications; exceptions
VENUE
Appendix II. VENUE, PROCEDURE AND SENTENCE
§ 586 to 590. Venue
PROCEDURE
§ 591 to 594A. Procedure
ARRESTS
§ 594B to 594C-2. Arrests
DISTRICT COURT JUDGES -- POWERS AS TO WARRANTS AND WRITS
§ 594D, 594D-1. District court judges -- Powers as to warrants and writs
FRESH PURSUIT
§ 595 to 602. Fresh pursuit
FRESH PURSUIT -- INTRASTATE
§ 602A. Authority of law enforcement officer to arrest
§ 602AB to 602AD. Authority of police officers of municipalities in Allegany, St. Mary's or Carroll County to arrest in county
POLICE MUTUAL AID AGREEMENTS
§ 602B, 602C. Police mutual aid agreements
INDICTMENTS
§ 603, 604. Amendment for misnomer of defendant; amendment for misnomer of persons other than defendant.
§ 605. Statement of ownership or possession of property by partners, joint tenants, etc
§ 606. Certain defects or imperfections not grounds for quashing or arrest of judgment
§ 607. Merger; joinder of counts
§ 608. Indictment for false pretenses
§ 609. Indictment for false pretenses -- Form
§ 610. Indictments for gaming or lotteries
§ 611. Indictments for gaming or lotteries -- Amendment
§ 612. General intent sufficient
§ 613 to 615. Description of money; indictment for unlawful sale of liquor or beer; indictment for violation of ordinance
§ 616. Indictment for murder or manslaughter
§ 616 1/2 to 616 1/2B. Bail generally; special provisions in second and seventh circuits; bail bondsmen -- Soliciting business; property bondsmen
INTERSTATE AGREEMENT ON DETAINERS
§ 616A to 616J. Interstate Agreement on Detainers
INTERSTATE AGREEMENT ON DETAINERS -- SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS
DETAINERS
§ 616K to 616R. Interstate Agreement on Detainers -- Supplemental provisions
INTRASTATE DETAINERS
§ 616S, 617. Request for disposition of indictment, etc.; trial or dismissal; person detained entitled to copy of warrant of detainer or commitment; penalty for failure to deliver; application of section
§ 618. Change of custody from one officer to another made only by habeas corpus; exception
§ 619. Transfer of defendant detained in jail in case removed to another county
WITNESSES
§ 620. Presence of victims or their representatives at trial
§ 621 to 623. Uniformity of interpretation; short title; severability.
HANDICAPPED DEFENDANTS
§ 623A. Interpreters
PROCESS AGAINST CORPORATIONS, ETC., IN CRIMINAL CASES
§ 624, 625. Process against corporations, etc., in criminal cases
SENTENCE AND PUNISHMENT
§ 626, 627. Dispensation from punishment by benefit of clergy abolished; death to be by administration of lethal injection
§ 628. Place of execution when case has been removed
§ 629 to 632. Suspension of sentence upon infant convicted of certain offenses; confinement of infants over twelve and under fifteen convicted of certain offenses; binding out convicted infants between twelve and fifteen; duty of court.
§ 633. Expiration date for penitentiary sentences
§ 633A. Release date falling on Sunday or legal holiday
§ 634, 635. Minimum punishment of two years may be reduced to eighteen months; conviction not to work corruption of blood or forfeiture of estate; estate of felo-de-se; approver not to be admitted; minimum time for execution of death sentence
§ 636. Estate of convicted person liable for cost of apprehension, prosecution, etc
§ 637. Execution against convict's property for restitution to party injured
§ 638. Imprisonment in city or county from which case removed
§ 638A. Release of person on own recognizance
§ 638AB. Administrative fees for pretrial release
§ 638AC. Pretrial release program for Frederick County.
§ 638B to 639. Release of defendant charged with offense punishable by life imprisonment; credit against sentence for time spent in custody; suspension of sentence generally; orders and terms; minors; intoxicated drivers; weekend confinement in Prince George's County; conviction of controlled dangerous substance offense
§ 639A. Disposition of earnings of Queen Anne's County prisoners
§ 640. Court sentencing for violent crimes and parole
§ 640A to 640C. Restitution for crimes; delinquent restitution; lottery interception for restitution arrearage; earnings without orders.
§ 641, 642. Probation prior to judgment; terms and conditions; intoxicated drivers; violation of probation; fulfillment of terms of probation; suspension of sentence or imposition of probation following judgment; fees paid by person supervised by the Division of Parole and Probation; where judge suspends sentence or fails to sentence, sentence may later be imposed by another judge
§ 643. When penalty less than statutory minimum may be imposed
§ 643A. Power of District Court judges as to imposition and suspension of sentence and probation
§ 643B. Mandatory sentences for crimes of violence
§ 643C. Judicial sentencing guidelines
§ 643D. Right of victim or representative of victim to address sentencing judge or jury
§ 644. Road work by prisoners
§ 644A. Limitation on sentence for attempt
§ 645. Working prisoners on farms in Anne Arundel County
POST CONVICTION PROCEDURE
§ 645A. Right of appeal of convicted persons
§ 645B to 645D. Writs of habeas corpus; petition -- Filing; to be verified and sworn to; docketing; contents; attachments to and omissions from petition.
§ 645E. Petition -- Payment of costs by political subdivisions
§ 645F, 645G. Petition -- Response by State; withdrawal; court order as to amendment, further pleadings, etc.; hearing; proof; attendance of petitioner; order of final disposition.
§ 645H. Petition -- Waiver of grounds not raised in original or amended petition; dismissal of petition
§ 645-I, 645J. Application for appeal of final order; appeal procedure; affirmation, reversal, etc., of order; short title
REVIEW OF CRIMINAL SENTENCES
§ 645JA to 645JG. Review of criminal sentences
EMPLOYMENT OF PRISONERS
§ 645K to 645NN. Employment of prisoners
JUVENILE PROBATIONARY SCHOOLS
§ 646. Juvenile probationary school in Baltimore County
HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
Appendix III. PLACES OF REFORMATION AND PUNISHMENT
§ 647 to 654. House of the Good Shepherd.
HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD FOR COLORED GIRLS
§ 655, 656. House of the Good Shepherd for Colored Girls
BOYS' VILLAGE OF MARYLAND
§ 657, 658. Boys' Village of Maryland.
MARYLAND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS
§ 659. Acquisition by State; name; management
MONTROSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
§ 660. Acquisition by State; name; management
BARRETT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
§ 661. Establishment and management
ST. MARY'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS
§ 662 to 666. St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys
DIVISION OF CORRECTION
§ 667 to 710E. Division of Correction
REMOVAL OF INSANE CONVICTS
§ 711. Insane convict in city or county jail; Baltimore City jail excepted
CONVICT ROAD FORCE
§ 711A to 726. Convict road force
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS
§ 726A. Community service programs
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' BILL OF RIGHTS
§ 727 to 734D. Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights
Appendix IV. CRIMINAL RECORDS
§ 735 to 741. Criminal records
Appendix V. CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEM
§ 742 to 754A. Purpose of subtitle; legislative findings; definitions; Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board created; composition; appointment and terms of members; chairman; vacancy; compensation and expenses; staff; duties of Advisory Board; adoption of rules; reporting criminal history record information; central repository; fingerprinting of criminal defendants; agreements with criminal justice agencies; sharing criminal history record information; dissemination of criminal history record information; compliance with §§ 735 to 741 of this article; maintenance and dissemination of records; right of inspection; copies; note taking; challenging information; rights of appeal; requiring inspection or challenge of information in order to qualify for employment; requests by Howard County, Anne Arundel County and Carroll County for criminal history record information investigation
§ 754B. Request for criminal background record check -- Applicant for taxicab driver's license
§ 754C to 759. Criminal background check in Montgomery County; inspection and challenge of information recorded prior to July 1, 1976
INFLUENCING OR INTIMIDATING VICTIMS AND WITNESSES
Appendix VI. CRIME VICTIMS AND WITNESSES
§ 760 to 765. Influencing or intimidating victims and witnesses
PRETRIAL PROCEDURES
§ 766 to 771. Pretrial procedures
TRIAL PROCEDURES
§ 772 to 779. Trial procedures
SENTENCING PROCEDURES
§ 780 to 783. Sentencing procedures
POSTSENTENCING PROCEDURES
§ 783A to 789. Postsentencing procedures
SEXUAL OFFENSES
§ 790 to 797. Sexual offenses
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
§ 798 to 802. Duties of law enforcement officers -- domestic abuse; same -- notice of victim's rights when responding to domestic abuse; same -- report of domestic abuse to State Police and victim; civil protective orders; domestic violence program
§ 803. Pilot Domestic Violence Protocol Program
§ 804, 805. Domestic Violence Unit Pilot Program Fund
RESTITUTION
§ 805A to 811. Definitions; execution against convict's property; restitution for crimes; evidence of expenses at hearing; delinquent restitution; state lottery interception for restitution arrearage; earnings withholding orders
§ 812. Earnings withholding orders
§ 813, 814. Community service or restitution for acts of graffiti
CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION
§ 815 to 834. Criminal injuries compensation
VICTIM AND WITNESS PROTECTION AND RELOCATION PROGRAM
VICTIMS AND WITNESSES -- SERVICES
§ 835, 836. Victim and Witness Protection and Relocation Program
BOARD OF VICTIM SERVICES
§ 837 to 846. Board of Victim Services
VICTIMS AND WITNESSES -- TREATMENT AND ASSISTANCE
§ 847 to 853. Victims and witnesses -- Treatment and assistance
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
§ 854 to 858. Miscellaneous provisions



   
 
Repealed by Acts 2002, ch. 19, ¡ì 2, approved April 9, 2002, and effective from date of enactment.