File Code: Criminal Law - Substantive Crimes
Crossfiled with: SENATE BILL 419
- Sponsored By:
Delegate Anderson (By Request - Baltimore City Administration) and
Delegates McIntosh and Oaks
Criminal Law - Litter Control Regulations and Penalties
Altering the penalties for improper litter disposal by distinguishing
between litter in an amount not exceeding 1 pound and litter in an
amount exceeding 1 pound; authorizing, for a first offense and
requiring, for a second or subsequent offense, the Motor Vehicle
Administration to suspend, for a specified period of time, the
driver's license of a person who is convicted of improper disposal of
litter in an amount exceeding 1 pound and who used a motor vehicle in
the commission of the act; etc.
Legislative date is used to record
history occurring in the Chambers
otherwise Calendar date is used.
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- First Reading Environmental Matters
- Hearing 2/28 at 1:00 p.m.
- Unfavorable Report by Environmental Matters
- No Action
- Delegate Curt Anderson, District 43
- Baltimore City Administration
- Delegate Maggie McIntosh, District 43
- Delegate Nathaniel T. Oaks, District 41
Bill indexed under the following Subjects:
- Administrative Office of the Courts
- Baltimore City
- Courts -see also- Circuit; Appeals; District; Orphans'; etc.
- Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties and Sentnc; etc.
- District Courts
- Drivers' Licenses
- Electronic Surveillance -see also- Wiretapping
- Laws and Ordinances -see also- Pub Local Laws; Uniform Laws.
- Motor Vehicles -see also- Aband Veh; Ambulances; Buses; etc.
- Motor Vehicle Administration
- Penalties and Sentences -see also- Death Penalty
- Refuse Disposal -see also- Recycling
Bill affects the following Statutes:
- Criminal Law
All documents except Roll Call Votes are
displayed in PDF format:
- Bill Text:
Third Reading, Enrolled
- Fiscal and Policy Note:
Committee Votes :
- Environmental Matters