Maryland Code | Chapter Criminal Law Article 10 Section 304

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MDSB220PassAltering the term "sexual orientation" in the context of hate crimes; including gender identity in the list of characteristics on the basis of which a person may not commit certain acts; authorizing a court to require an offender convicted of hate cr...
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 386
MDHB128PassAltering the term "sexual orientation" in the context of hate crimes; including gender identity in the list of characteristics protected by the prohibition on hate crimes; authorizing a court to require an offender convicted of hate crimes to complet...
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 385
MDHB306Engross

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Clarifying that the making of a certain false statement to a law enforcement officer may form the basis for a certain hate crime.
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2021-03-19
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB400Intro

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Clarifying that the making of a certain false statement to a law enforcement officer may form the basis for a certain hate crime.
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2021-01-27
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB99Intro

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Including law enforcement officers and first responders within the scope of certain prohibitions against committing certain crimes against certain persons, damaging certain property of certain persons, burning certain objects, and damaging certain bu...
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2020-12-28
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDHB286Intro

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Including law enforcement officers and first responders within the scope of certain prohibitions against committing certain crimes against certain persons, damaging certain property of certain persons, burning certain objects, and damaging certain bu...
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2020-12-23
To House Judiciary Committee
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