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MDHB81PassRepealing the crime of sodomy; making conforming changes; clarifying that certain evidence is not admissible as an infamous crime; providing that a conviction before October 1, 2020, for sodomy may not be expunged under certain circumstances; etc.
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2020-05-08
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 45
MDSB206PassAltering the eligibility for the filing of a certain motion to vacate judgment if the person's participation in the offense was a direct result of being a victim of human trafficking; requiring that a certain motion be served on a certain State's Att...
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2020-05-08
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 127
MDHB242PassAltering the eligibility for the filing of a certain motion to vacate judgment if the person's participation in the offense was a direct result of being a victim of human trafficking; requiring that a certain motion be served on a certain State's Att...
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2020-05-08
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 126
MDHB83VetoProhibiting the Maryland Judiciary Case Search from in any way referring to the existence of a District Court criminal case in which possession of marijuana is the only charge in the case and the charge was disposed of before October 1, 2014.
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2020-05-07
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDHB1336VetoAuthorizing a person to file a petition for expungement of certain records if the person is convicted of fourth degree burglary; prohibiting the Maryland Judiciary Case Search from in any way referring to the existence of certain records relating to ...
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2020-05-07
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDSB589EngrossProhibiting the Maryland Judiciary Case Search on or before October 1, 2020, from in any way referring to the existence of records of certain charges in cases with electronic records; establishing the Partial Expungement Workgroup to study and develo...
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2020-03-15
To House Judiciary Committee
MDSB699EngrossRequiring the Maryland Judiciary Case Search, by December 31, 2020, to not in any way refer to the existence of certain records relating to certain charges entered before October 1, 2014.
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2020-03-15
To House Judiciary Committee
MDSB687EngrossAuthorizing a person to file a certain petition for expungement if the person is convicted of a certain misdemeanor involving driving while the person's license or privilege to drive is canceled, suspended, refused, or revoked.
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2020-03-15
To House Judiciary Committee
MDSB811EngrossProhibiting the Maryland Judiciary Case Search from in any way referring to the existence of certain records relating to certain cases.
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2020-03-15
To House Judiciary Committee
MDHB1183EngrossCodifying the establishment of the Office of Security Management within the Department of Information Technology, the position of State Chief Information Security Officer, and the Maryland Cybersecurity Coordinating Council; altering the membership o...
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2020-03-15
To Senate Rules Committee
MDHB577EngrossProviding that a certain presumption may be rebutted if a certain commissioner or court finds and states on the record at a certain time that adhering to certain limits would create a certain risk to certain individuals; authorizing a certain commis...
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2020-03-14
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDHB1662IntroProhibiting the publication of an alias used by a criminal defendant and requiring the removal of data relating to an alias by the Administrative Office of the Courts on the Maryland Judiciary Case Search; authorizing a person whose name was used by ...
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2020-03-06
To House Rules and Executive Nominations Committee
MDSB1075IntroRenaming the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission to be the Alcohol, Cannabis, and Tobacco Commission; providing that a member of the Commission may not have a certain interest, ownership, or management in the cannabis industry; establishing the Advisory C...
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2020-02-28
To Senate Rules Committee
MDHB1335IntroProviding that a person who, on or after October 1, 2020, has been charged with the commission of a certain crime, has been charged with a certain civil offense or infraction, or is the subject of a certain warrant, is entitled to automatic expungeme...
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2020-02-10
To House Judiciary Committee
MDHB1247IntroRequiring a certain attorney in a criminal case to provide a certain explanation to a defendant charged with multiple offenses regarding a certain provision of law relating to expungement under certain circumstances at a certain time.
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2020-02-10
To House Judiciary Committee
MDHB1343IntroRepealing a certain provision of law that authorizes the expungement of certain convictions; authorizing a person who is the subject of a certain warrant to file a certain petition for expungement; repealing a certain prohibition against the expungem...
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2020-02-10
To House Judiciary Committee
MDHB1400IntroSubstituting the term "cannabis" for the term "marijuana" in certain provisions of law; altering a certain quantity threshold and establishing a certain age limit applicable to a certain civil offense of use or possession of cannabis; establishing an...
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2020-02-10
To House Judiciary Committee
MDSB900IntroProhibiting certain entities from requiring the disclosure of a conviction that the Governor pardoned in an application, interview or other means; prohibiting an educational institution from refusing a person's admission solely because the person ref...
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2020-02-06
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDHB244IntroProhibiting certain entities from requiring the disclosure of a conviction that the Governor pardoned in an application, interview or other means; prohibiting an educational institution from refusing a person's admission solely because the person ref...
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2020-01-17
To House Judiciary Committee
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