Search
Bill number does not exist. Enter a vaild keyword.

Statutes Text

Article - Criminal Procedure




§10–301.

    (a)    In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.

    (b)    “Court record” has the meaning stated in § 10–101 of this title.

    (c)    “Criminal justice unit” has the meaning stated in § 10–201 of this title.

    (d)    “Police record” has the meaning stated in § 10–101 of this title.

    (e)    “Shield” means to render a court record and police record relating to a conviction of a crime inaccessible by members of the public.

    (f)    “Shieldable conviction” means a conviction of one of the following crimes:

        (1)    disorderly conduct under § 10–201(c)(2) of the Criminal Law Article;

        (2)    disturbing the peace under § 10–201(c)(4) of the Criminal Law Article;

        (3)    failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order under § 10–201(c)(3) of the Criminal Law Article;

        (4)    malicious destruction of property in the lesser degree under § 6–301 of the Criminal Law Article;

        (5)    trespass on posted property under § 6–402 of the Criminal Law Article;

        (6)    possessing or administering a controlled dangerous substance under § 5–601 of the Criminal Law Article;

        (7)    possessing or administering a noncontrolled substance under § 5–618(a) of the Criminal Law Article;

        (8)    use of or possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia under § 5–619(c)(2) of the Criminal Law Article;

        (9)    driving without a license under § 16–101 of the Transportation Article;

        (10)    driving while privilege is canceled, suspended, refused, or revoked under § 16–303 of the Transportation Article;

        (11)    driving while uninsured under § 17–107 of the Transportation Article; or

        (12)    a prostitution offense under § 11–303 of the Criminal Law Article if the conviction is for prostitution and not assignation.

    (g)    “Unit” means two or more convictions that arise from the same incident, transaction, or set of facts.