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«Print page 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS Abduction By Relative See Kidnapping Abuse, Animal Abuse, Child Abuse, Vulnerable Adult Accessory After The Fact ...»

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Trading in Human Remains

Transportation Law – Non Barcoded Charges Alcoholic Beverages Consumption

Possession of Motor Vehicle Master Key

Rental Vehicle – Under Influence of Alcohol or Drugs

Unauthorized Use of Rented Motor Vehicle

Vehicle w/Incorrect Odometer

Trespass

Boat

Railroad Equipment/Property

School

Unattended Child

Unauthorized Use/Removal

Unemployment Insurance Law

See Labor & Employment Vehicle Laws - See Transportation

Vessels

Violation of Temporary Order Peace

Protective

Visitation – Fail to Return

Visual Surveillance

Vulnerable Adult

Wages - See Labor & Employment, Bad Check Water Company – Meters & Equipment

Weapons Access by Minor

Assault

Burglary

Carrying or Wearing

Intent to Injure

Contraband

Dangerous – Concealed

Disarm, Law Enf Off

Dist – Poss - CDS w/Firearm

Firearms Demonstrate Public Place

Handgun

Use Fel/Violent Crime

Knife – Switchblade

Mace – Chemical Device

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...did knowingly and willfully [possess/transport/sell/offer for sale/permit to be kept on his premises] alcoholic beverages, to wit: ______, on which Maryland taxes had not been paid.

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… did [establish/operate/allow the operation of] a cemetery as [a sole proprietor registered cemeterian/a permit holder/a person subject to the (permit/registration) in violation of the requirements of the Business Regulation Article].

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... did sell a preneed burial contract and failed to deposit money received [under/in connection with] the preneed burial contract.

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...did, as a contractor, knowingly and wilfully abandon and fail to perform without justification, a home improvement contract.

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… did while charged with committing an act against a victim who is a minor, in violation of Title 3, Subtitle 3 of the Criminal Law Article, violate a condition of [pretrial/post-trial] release issued on case _________(identifier) by [contacting/harassing/abusing/going in/going near[residence of/place of employment of]] ________(name) in violation of § 5-213.1 of the Criminal Procedure Article.

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Note: All first-degree murder should be charged under CR 2-201. The language used is authorized by CR 5-202. Felony-murder, as defined by CR 2-201 should be charged under 2Degrees of the crime were unknown to the common law. Accordingly, these sections do not create new offenses, but merely serve the purpose of classifying the acts which they respectively proscribe as species of murder in the first degree, and mitigate the punishment in cases of the second degree. As to felony-murder, the fact that the accused was committing a felony creates proof of malice and premeditation sufficient to sustain a conviction for first-degree murder for any killing consequent to the felony.

There is no requirement that the State charge and convict upon the underlying felony in order to sustain a felony-murder conviction.

CR 2-201 includes as first-degree murder any killing consequent to an arson or attempted arson of a dwelling or adjoining building.

CR 2-201 includes as first-degree felony murder any killing consequent to the burning or attempted burning of any barn, tobacco house, stable, warehouse, or other outhouse not parcel of any dwelling.

CR -2-201 includes as first-degree felony murder any killing consequent to the commission or

attempted commission of any of the following crimes:

arson in the first degree; burning an outbuilding as described in CR 2-204(a)(ii);

rape in any degree;

sexual offense in the first or second degree;

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robbery under CR 3-402 & 3-403;

carjacking or armed carjacking;

burglary in the first, second, or third degree;

kidnapping as defined in CR 3-502 & CR 3-503(a)(2);

Escape in the first degree or attempted escape in the first degree from a State Correctional Facility or Local Correctional Facility or Violation of CR 4-503 concerning destructive devices.

All of these should be charged under CR 2-201.

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*1_0990* **MURDER-FIRST DEGREE**...did feloniously, willfully and of deliberately premeditated malice aforethought kill and murder ______.

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NOTE: Use this charge for involuntary manslaughter. Involuntary manslaughter is generally defined under common law as a killing of another unintentionally and without malice (1) in doing something unlawful an act not amounting to a felony, or (2) in negligently doing some act lawful in itself, or (3) by the negligent omission to perform a legal duty.

NOTE: Unintentional killing may be involuntary manslaughter if there was gross, or criminal, negligence with wanton or reckless disregard for life.

NOTE: Involuntary manslaughter under this charge is not a crime of violence under CR 14-101.

NOTE: This section may not be used when the killing resulted unintentionally from the negligent operation of a motor vehicle or boat.





NOTE: Involuntary manslaughter is a common law offense, but penalties are provided in CR 2-207. a

person convicted of manslaughter is subject to:

(1) imprisonment not exceeding 10 years; or (2) imprisonment in a local correctional facility not exceeding 2 years or a fine not exceeding $500 or both.

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NOTE: DO NOT use this charge if killing is covered under" involuntary manslaughter" (CJIS Code

10911) or resulted unintentionally from the negligent operation of a motor vehicle or boat. However, if the allegation is that the death occurred because of the intentional operation of a motor vehicle or boat so as to cause injury or impact, such as running over the victim with an automobile, use this charge.

NOTE: Involuntary manslaughter is generally defined under common law as a killing of another unintentionally and without malice (1) in doing something unlawful an act not amounting to a felony, or (2)in negligently doing some act lawful in itself, or (3) by the negligent omission to perform a legal duty.

Also, unintentional killing may be involuntary manslaughter if there was gross, or criminal, negligence with wanton or reckless disregard for life. Again, do not use this charge for involuntary manslaughter. See CJIS Code 10911.

NOTE: Spousal adultery is not a mitigating factor and does not constitute legally adequate provocation under CR 2-207(b).

NOTE: Manslaughter is a common law offense, but penalties are provided in CR 2-207. A person

convicted of manslaughter is subject to:

(1) imprisonment not exceeding 10 years; or (2) imprisonment in a local correctional facility not exceeding 2 years or a fine not exceeding $500 or both.

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NOTE: The statute provides exceptions for health care providers and family members under certain circumstances. Therefore, it is recommended that the statute be consulted before charging in a particular case.

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…did while an inmate maliciously [cause/attempt to cause] an employee of [a state corectional facility/local correctional facility/sheriff's office] to come in contact with [seminal fluid/urine/feces/blood].

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...did assault in the first degree, _________, an [inmate/employee] of the [Division of Correction/Patuxent Institution/Baltimore City Detention Center/________ County Jail/ __________ County Detention Center].

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...did assault in the second degree, _________ (name), an [inmate/employee] of the [Division of Correction/Patuxtent Institution/ Baltimore City Detention Center/________ County Jail/ __________ County Detention Center].

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...unlawfully, as a result of [his/her] negligent [driving/ operation/control] of a [motor vehicle/vessel] while under the influence, did cause life threatening injury to ______ (name of victim), against the peace, government, and dignity of the state.

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...unlawfully, as a result of [his/her] negligent [driving/ operation/control] of a [motor vehicle/vessel] while impaired by alcohol, did cause life threatening injury to______ (name of victim), against the peace, government, and dignity of the state.

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...unlawfully, as a result of [his/her] negligent [driving/ operation/control] of a [motor vehicle/vessel] while impaired by drugs, did cause a life threatening injury to ______ (name of victim), against the peace, government, and dignity of the state.

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…did knowingly and wilfully [contaminate/attempt to contaminate/conspire with ____(name) to contaminate] the waters of a [well/spring/brook/lake/pond/stream/river/reservoir/ source of water supply] [used/usable] for drinking or domestic purposes by means of _______[disease germs/bacteria/poision/poisonous matter].

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NOTE: Spouse against spouse offense under this subheading.

Where a person is alleged to have committed any offense under this subheading against that person's legal spouse, the following rules determine which charges, if any, may be filed.

(1.) If the elements for CR 3-305 (First Degree Sexual Offense) or CR 3-306 (Second Degree Sexual Offense) are present, then no restrictions exist to the filing of such charges.

(2.) If the elements for CR 3-303 (First Degree Rape), CR 3-304 (Second Degree Rape), CR 3Third Degree Sexual Offense) or CR 3-308 (Fourth Degree Sexual Offense) are present, then any of such charges may be filed if the person and the person's spouse have lived separate and apart without cohabitation and without interruption pursuant to a decree of limited divorce.

(3.) If the elements for CR 3-303 (a), CR 3-304 (a)(1) (Second Degree Rape with use of force), CR 3-307(a) are present, then any of such charges may be filed

RAPE, GENERALLY

NOTE: All rape charges, except as noted below with respect to rape 2nd degree, include the elements of 1. vaginal intercourse 2. with another person 3. by force or threat of force 4. against the will and 5. without the consent of the other person. All rape is to be charged as second degree rape [CR 3-304] unless raised to the status of a first degree rape by the presence of one or more

of the following aggravating factors:

1. Employment or display of a dangerous or deadly weapon or an item that the victim reasonably believes to be such a weapon;

2. The defendant inflicts suffocation, strangulation, disfigurement, or serious physical injury upon the victim or another person in the course of committing the offense;

3. The defendant threatens or places the victim in fear that the victim or any person known to the victim will be imminently subjected to death, suffocation, strangulation, disfigurement, serious physical injury, or kidnapping;

4. The defendant is aided and abetted by one or more co-defendants;

5. The defendant commits the offense in connection with a burglary in the first, second, or third degree.

ENHANCED PENALTIES – FIRST DEGREE RAPE

1. If the defendant violated CR 3-303(a) while also violating CR 3-503(a)(2) - Child Kidnapping involving a victim who is a child under the age of 16, the maximum penalty is life without the possibility of parole.

2. If the defendant previously convicted of CR 3-305, and then convicted of CR 3-303(a) or (b), the maximum penalty is life without the possibibility of parole.

3. If the defendant is 18 years of age or older and violates CR 3-303(a) involving a victim who is a child under the age of 13, the penalty is no less than 25 years imprisonment and not to exceed life without the possibility of parole. The court may not suspend any part of the mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years (Subject to State compliance under CR 3-303(e)).



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