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Assisting another to commit or attempt suicide

With the purpose of assisting another individual to commit or attempt to commit suicide, an individual may not:


(1) by coercion, duress, or deception, knowingly cause another individual to commit suicide or attempt to commit suicide;


(2) knowingly provide the physical means by which another individual commits or attempts to commit suicide with knowledge of that individual's intent to use the physical means to commit suicide; or


(3) knowingly participate in a physical act by which another individual commits or attempts to commit suicide.

Assault in the first degree

(1) A person may not intentionally cause or attempt to cause serious physical injury to another.




(2) A person may not commit an assault with a firearm.

Assault in the second degree




(law enforcement officer)

(c) Law enforcement officer.- (1) In this subsection, "physical injury" means any impairment of physical condition, excluding minor injuries.




(2) A person may not intentionally cause physical injury to another if the person knows or has reason to know that the other is:


(i) a law enforcement officer engaged in the performance of the officer's official duties; or


(ii) a parole or probation agent engaged in the performance of the agent's official duties.

Reckless endangerment

(1) engage in conduct that creates a substantial risk of death or serious physical injury to another; or




(2) discharge a firearm from a motor vehicle in a manner that creates a substantial risk of death or serious physical injury to another.

Life-threatening injury by motor vehicle or vessel while under the influence of alcohol and related crimes

(c) Life-threatening injury by motor vehicle or vessel while under the influence of alcohol or under the influence of alcohol per se:


(1) A person may not cause a life-threatening injury to another as a result of the person's negligently driving, operating, or controlling a motor vehicle or vessel while the person is: (i) under the influence of alcohol; or (ii) under the influence of alcohol per se. (2) A violation of this subsection is life-threatening injury by motor vehicle or vessel while: (i) under the influence of alcohol; or (ii) under the influence of alcohol per se.




(d) Life-threatening injury by motor vehicle or vessel while impaired by alcohol.- (1) A person may not cause a life-threatening injury to another as a result of the person's negligently driving, operating, or controlling a motor vehicle or vessel while the person is impaired by alcohol.




(e) Life-threatening injury by motor vehicle or vessel while impaired by drugs.- (1) A person may not cause a life-threatening injury to another as a result of the person's negligently driving, operating, or controlling a motor vehicle or vessel while the person is so far impaired by a drug, a combination of drugs, or a combination of one or more drugs and alcohol that the person cannot drive, operate, or control a motor vehicle or vessel safely.




(f) Life-threatening injury by motor vehicle or vessel while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance.- (1) This subsection does not apply to a person who is entitled to use the controlled dangerous substance under the laws of the State.

Attempted poisoning

A person may not attempt to poison another

Contaminating water supply or food or drink

(a) Contaminating water supply.- A person may not knowingly and willfully contaminate, attempt to contaminate, or conspire to contaminate the water of a source or tributary of a water supply, including the waters of a well, spring, brook, lake, pond, stream, river, or reservoir by adding disease germs, bacteria, poison, or poisonous matter, if the water supply is used or is usable for drinking or domestic purposes. (b) Contaminating food or drink.- A person may not knowingly and willfully contaminate, attempt to contaminate, or conspire to contaminate any drink, food, food product, or food supply by adding disease germs, bacteria, poison, or poisonous matter.

Robbery

the felonious taking and carrying away of the personal property of another from his person ... by the use of violence or by putting him in fear. The crime, however, is not committed unless there is an intention to deprive the owner permanently of his property or the property of another lawfully in his possession

Robbery with dangerous weapon

(a) Prohibited.- A person may not commit or attempt to commit robbery under § 3-402 of this subtitle: (1) with a dangerous weapon; or (2) by displaying a written instrument claiming that the person has possession of a dangerous weapon.

Carjacking

(1) An individual may not take unauthorized possession or control of a motor vehicle from another individual who actually possesses the motor vehicle, by force or violence, or by putting that individual in fear through intimidation or threat of force or violence.

Armed carjacking

A person may not employ or display a dangerous weapon during the commission of a carjacking.

Kidnapping

A person may not, by force or fraud, carry or cause a person to be carried in or outside the State with the intent to have the person carried or concealed in or outside the State.

Child kidnapping

A person may not, without color of right: (i) forcibly abduct, take, or carry away a child under the age of 12 years from: 1. the home or usual place of abode of the child; or 2. the custody and control of the child's parent or legal guardian; (ii) without the consent of the child's parent or legal guardian, persuade or entice a child under the age of 12 years from: 1. the child's home or usual place of abode; or 2. the custody and control of the child's parent or legal guardian; or (iii) with the intent of depriving the child's parent or legal guardian, or any person lawfully possessing the child, of the custody, care, and control of the child, knowingly secrete or harbor a child under the age of 12 years. (2) In addition to the prohibitions provided under paragraph (1) of this subsection, a person may not, by force or fraud, kidnap, steal, take, or carry away a child under the age of 16 years.

Sale of minor

(a) Prohibited.- A person may not sell, barter, or trade, or offer to sell, barter, or trade, a minor for money, property, or anything else of value.

Hazing

A person may not recklessly or intentionally do an act or create a situation that subjects a student to the risk of serious bodily injury for the purpose of an initiation into a student organization of a school, college, or university.

Extortion generally: Obtaining or attempting to obtain property prohibited

A person may not obtain, attempt to obtain, or conspire to obtain money, property, labor, services, or anything of value from another person with the person's consent, if the consent is induced by wrongful use of actual or threatened: (1) force or violence; (2) economic injury; or (3) destruction, concealment, removal, confiscation, or possession of any immigration or government identification document with intent to harm the immigration status of another person.

Extortion by State or local government officer or employee

An officer or employee of the State or of a political subdivision may not wrongfully obtain or attempt to obtain money, property, or anything of value from a person with the person's consent, if the consent is obtained under color or pretense of office, under color of official right, or by wrongful use of actual or threatened force or violence.

Inducing another to give up compensation

An officer or employee of the State or of a county, municipal corporation, bicounty agency, or multicounty agency may not, by force, intimidation, or threat, induce a person employed in work financed wholly or partly by the State or by a county, municipal corporation, bicounty agency, or multicounty agency to give up any compensation to which the person is entitled under a contract or otherwise.

Extortion by false accusation

A person, with the intent to unlawfully extort money, property, labor, services, or anything of value from another, may not falsely accuse or threaten to falsely accuse another of a crime or of anything that, if the accusation were true, would tend to bring the other into contempt or disrepute.

Extortion by verbal threat

A person, with the intent to unlawfully extort money, property, labor, services, or anything of value from another, may not verbally threaten to: (1) accuse any person of a crime or of anything that, if true, would bring the person into contempt or disrepute; or (2) (i) cause physical injury to a person; (ii) inflict emotional distress on a person; (iii) cause economic damage to a person; or (iv) cause damage to the property of a person.

Extortion by written threat

A person, with the intent to unlawfully extort money, property, or anything of value from another, may not knowingly send or deliver, or make for the purpose of being sent or delivered and part with the possession of, a writing threatening to: (1) accuse any person of a crime or of anything that, if true, would bring the person into contempt or disrepute; or (2) (i) cause physical injury to a person; (ii) inflict emotional distress on a person; (iii) cause economic damage to a person; or (iv) cause damage to the property of a person.

Coercing or intimidating another to contribute or donate

(a) Effect of section.- This section does not prohibit picketing in connection with a labor dispute, as defined in § 4-301 of the Labor and Employment Article. (b) Prohibited.- A person or group may not engage in an act or conduct solely to coerce or intimidate another person to contribute or donate any money, goods, materials, or services to a social, economic, or political association or organization.

Threat against State or local official

Making threat - A person may not knowingly and willfully make a threat to take the life of, kidnap, or cause physical injury to a State official or local official.




Sending or delivering threat.- A person may not knowingly send, deliver, part with, or make for the purpose of sending or delivering a threat prohibited under subsection (b) of this section.

Stalking

a malicious course of conduct that includes approaching or pursuing another where the person intends to place or knows or reasonably should have known the conduct would place another in reasonable fear: (1) (i) of serious bodily injury; (ii) of an assault in any degree; (iii) of rape or sexual offense as defined by §§ 3-303 through 3-308 of this article or attempted rape or sexual offense in any degree; (iv) of false imprisonment; or (v) of death; or (2) that a third person likely will suffer any of the acts listed in item (1) of this subsection.

Harassment

A person may not follow another in or about a public place or maliciously engage in a course of conduct that alarms or seriously annoys the other: (1) with the intent to harass, alarm, or annoy the other; (2) after receiving a reasonable warning or request to stop by or on behalf of the other; and (3) without a legal purpose.

Misuse of telephone facilities and equipment

A person may not use telephone facilities or equipment to make: (1) an anonymous call that is reasonably expected to annoy, abuse, torment, harass, or embarrass another; (2) repeated calls with the intent to annoy, abuse, torment, harass, or embarrass another; or (3) a comment, request, suggestion, or proposal that is obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, or indecent.

Misuse of electronic mail

A person may not use electronic mail with the intent to harass: (1) one or more persons; or (2) by sending lewd, lascivious, or obscene material. (c) Construction of section.- It is not a violation of this section for any of the following persons to provide information, facilities, or technical assistance to another who is authorized by federal or State law to intercept or provide electronic mail or to conduct surveillance of electronic mail, if a court order directs the person to provide the information, facilities, or technical assistance: (1) a provider of electronic mail; (2) an officer, employee, agent, landlord, or custodian of a provider of electronic mail; or (3) a person specified in a court order directing the provision of information, facilities, or technical assistance to another who is authorized by federal or State law to intercept or provide electronic mail or to conduct surveillance of electronic mail. (d) Exception.- This section does not apply to a peaceable activity intended to express a political view or provide information to others.

Spam deterrence

A person may not conspire to or knowingly: (1) use a protected computer of another to relay or retransmit multiple commercial electronic mail messages with the intent to deceive or mislead recipients or an electronic mail service provider as to the origin of the message; (2) materially falsify header information in multiple commercial electronic mail messages and intentionally initiate the transmission of the messages; (3) register, using information that materially falsifies the identity of the actual registrant, for 15 or more electronic mail accounts or online user accounts or two or more domain names and intentionally initiate the transmission of multiple commercial electronic mail messages from one or any combination of accounts or domain names; (4) falsely represent the right to use five or more Internet protocol addresses and intentionally initiate the transmission of multiple commercial electronic mail messages from the Internet protocol addresses; (5) access a protected computer of another without authorization, and intentionally initiate the transmission of multiple electronic mail advertisements from or through the protected computer; (6) violate item (1), (2), (3), (4), or (5) of this subsection by providing or selecting addresses to which a message was transmitted, knowing that: (i) the electronic mail addresses of the recipients were obtained using an automated means from an Internet website or proprietary online service operated by another person; and (ii) the website or online service included, at the time the addresses were obtained, a notice stating that the operator of the website or online service will not transfer addresses maintained by the website or online service to any other party for the purposes of initiating or enabling others to initiate electronic mail messages; or (7) violate item (1), (2), (3), (4), or (5) of this subsection by providing or selecting electronic mail addresses of recipients obtained using an automated means that generates possible electronic mail addresses by combining names, letters, or numbers into numerous permutations.

Misuse of laser pointer

A person may not knowingly use a laser pointer to illuminate another in a public place in a manner that harasses or endangers the other.

Visual surveillance

A person may not conduct or procure another to conduct visual surveillance of an individual in a private place without the consent of that individual.




(a) Definitions.- (1) In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. (2) "Private place" means a dressing room or rest room in a retail store. (3) "Visual surveillance" means surveillance by: (i) direct sight; (ii) the use of mirrors; (iii) the use of cameras; or (iv) the use of an electronic device that can be used surreptitiously to observe an individual.

Visual surveillance with prurient intent

A person may not with prurient intent conduct or procure another to conduct visual surveillance of: (1) an individual in a private place without the consent of that individual; or (2) the private area of an individual by use of a camera without the consent of the individual under circumstances in which a reasonable person would believe that the private area of the individual would not be visible to the public, regardless of whether the individual is in a public or private place.

Camera surveillance

A person may not place or procure another to place a camera on real property where a private residence is located to conduct deliberate surreptitious observation of an individual inside the private residence.

Unlawful picketing and assembly

Assembly disrupting home tranquility.- A person may not intentionally assemble with another in a manner that disrupts a person's right to tranquility in the person's home.

Opening letter without permission

A person may not take and break open a letter that is not addressed to the person without permission from the person to whom the letter is addressed or the personal representative of the addressee's estate.

Divulging or failing to deliver private communications

An employee or agent of a telegraph company or telephone company, or of a person operating telegraph lines or telephone lines for profit in the State, may not: (1) willfully divulge the contents or nature of the contents of a private communication that is entrusted to the person for transmission or delivery; or (2) willfully refuse or neglect to transmit or deliver a private communication.

Publication of information by video tape distributor

Except as provided in subsection (d) of this section, a video tape distributor, or an agent or employee of a video tape distributor, may not publish the following information relating to sales, rentals, or loans of video tapes, video disks, or films to a protected individual: (1) any numerical designation used by the video tape distributor to identify the protected individual; or (2) any listing of video tapes, video disks, or films bought, rented, or borrowed by the protected individual from the video tape distributor.

Murder in the first degree

A murder is in the first degree if it is:(1) a deliberate, premeditated, and willful killing;(2) committed by lying in wait;(3) committed by poison; or(4) committed in the perpetration of or an attempt to perpetrate:(i) arson in the first degree;(ii) burning a barn, stable, tobacco house, warehouse, or other outbuilding that:1. is not parcel to a dwelling; and2. contains cattle, goods, wares, merchandise, horses, grain, hay, or tobacco;(iii) burglary in the first, second, or third degree;(iv) carjacking or armed carjacking;(v) escape in the first degree from a State correctional facility or a local correctional facility;(vi) kidnapping under § 3-502 or § 3-503(a)(2) of this article;(vii) mayhem;(viii) rape;(ix) robbery under § 3-402 or § 3-403 of this article;(x) sexual offense in the first or second degree;(xi) sodomy; or(xii) a violation of § 4-503 of this article concerning destructive devices.

Murder in the second degree

A murder that is not in the first degree under § 2-201 of this subtitle is in the second degree.

Attempt to commit murder in the first degree

A person who attempts to commit murder in the first degree is guilty of a felony and on conviction is subject to imprisonment not exceeding life.

Attempt to commit murder in the second degree

A person who attempts to commit murder in the second degree is guilty of a felony and on conviction is subject to imprisonment not exceeding 30 years.

Manslaughter

Common Law




(b) Spousal adultery not a mitigating factor. -- The discovery of one's spouse engaged in sexual intercourse with another does not constitute legally adequate provocation for the purpose of mitigating a killing from the crime of murder to voluntary manslaughter even though the killing was provoked by that discovery.

Manslaughter by vehicle or vessel -- Gross negligence

A person may not cause the death of another as a result of the person's driving, operating, or controlling a vehicle or vessel in a grossly negligent manner.

Manslaughter by vehicle or vessel -- Criminal negligence

A person may not cause the death of another as the result of the person's driving, operating, or controlling a vehicle or vessel in a criminally negligent manner.(c) Criminal negligence. -- For purposes of this section, a person acts in a criminally negligent manner with respect to a result or a circumstance when:(1) the person should be aware, but fails to perceive, that the person's conduct creates a substantial and unjustifiable risk that such a result will occur; and(2) the failure to perceive constitutes a gross deviation from the standard of care that would be exercised by a reasonable person.(d) Exception. -- It is not a violation of this section for a person to cause the death of another as the result of the person's driving, operating, or controlling a vehicle or vessel in a negligent manner.

Defenses to Assault

Defense of Others




Defense of Property




Consent

Threat of mass violence prohibited

A person may not knowingly threaten to commit or threaten to cause to be committed a crime of violence, as defined in § 14-101 of this article, that would place others at substantial risk of death or serious physical injury, as defined in § 3-201 of this title, if as a result of the threat, regardless of whether the threat is carried out, five or more people are:(1) placed in reasonable fear that the crime will be committed;(2) evacuated from a dwelling, storehouse, or public place;(3) required to move to a designated area within a dwelling, storehouse, or public place; or(4) required to remain in a designated safe area within a dwelling, storehouse, or public place.

Carrying a dangerous weapon

(1) A person may not wear or carry a dangerous weapon of any kind concealed on or about the person.




(2) A person may not wear or carry a dangerous weapon, chemical mace, pepper mace, or a tear gas device openly with the intent or purpose of injuring an individual in an unlawful manner.

Deadly weapon on school property

A person may not carry or possess a firearm, knife, or deadly weapon of any kind on public school property.

Disarming a law enforcement officer

A person may not carry or possess a firearm, knife, or deadly weapon of any kind on public school property.

Child's access to firearms

A person may not store or leave a loaded firearm in a location where the person knew or should have known that an unsupervised child would gain access to the firearm.

Bulletproof body armor -- Wearing prohibited

A person may not wear bulletproof body armor in the commission of a crime of violence.




A person may not wear or possess bulletproof body armor during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime.

Wearing, carrying, or transporting handgun

(i) wear, carry, or transport a handgun, whether concealed or open, on or about the person;(ii) wear, carry, or knowingly transport a handgun, whether concealed or open, in a vehicle traveling on a road or parking lot generally used by the public, highway, waterway, or airway of the State;




**unless otherwise permitted

Use of handgun or antique firearm in commission of crime

A person may not use a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence, as defined in § 5-101 of the Public Safety Article, or any felony, whether the firearm is operable or inoperable at the time of the crime.

Manufacture or possession of destructive device

A person may not knowingly:(1) manufacture, transport, possess, control, store, sell, distribute, or use a destructive device; or(2) possess explosive material, incendiary material, or toxic material with intent to create a destructive device.

Drug-induced conduct

A person may not administer a controlled dangerous substance or other drug to another without that person's knowledge and commit against that other:(1) a crime of violence as defined in § 14-101 of this article; or(2) a sexual offense in the third degree under § 3-307 of this article.

Controlled dangerous substance near school

A person may not manufacture, distribute, dispense, or possess with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance in violation of § 5-602 of this subtitle or conspire to commit any of these crimes:(1) in a school vehicle, as defined under § 11-154 of the Transportation Article; or(2) in, on, or within 1,000 feet of real property owned by or leased to an elementary school, secondary school, or county board and used for elementary or secondary education.

Use of minor

(1) (i) Except as provided in subparagraph (ii) of this paragraph, a person may not hire, solicit, engage, or use a minor to manufacture, deliver, or distribute on behalf of that person a controlled dangerous substance in sufficient quantity to reasonably indicate under all the circumstances an intent to distribute the controlled dangerous substance.




(2) A person may not transport, carry, or otherwise bring a minor into the State to use the minor to violate this section .

Possessing or administering controlled dangerous substance

a person may not:(1) possess or administer to another a controlled dangerous substance, unless obtained directly or by prescription or order from an authorized provider acting in the course of professional practice; or(2) obtain or attempt to obtain a controlled dangerous substance, or procure or attempt to procure the administration of a controlled dangerous substance by:(i) fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, or subterfuge;(ii) the counterfeiting or alteration of a prescription or a written order;(iii) the concealment of a material fact;(iv) the use of a false name or address;(v) falsely assuming the title of or representing to be a manufacturer, distributor, or authorized provider; or(vi) making, issuing, or presenting a false or counterfeit prescription or written order.(b) Information not privileged. -- Information that is communicated to a physician in an effort to obtain a controlled dangerous substance in violation of this section is not a privileged communication.

Citation for possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana (civil offense)

A violation of § 5-601 of this part involving the use or possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana is a civil offense

Distributing, possessing with intent to distribute, or dispensing controlled dangerous substance

a person may not:(1) distribute or dispense a controlled dangerous substance; or(2) possess a controlled dangerous substance in sufficient quantity reasonably to indicate under all circumstances an intent to distribute or dispense a controlled dangerous substance.

Equipment to produce controlled dangerous substance

a person may not manufacture a controlled dangerous substance, or manufacture, distribute, or possess a machine, equipment, instrument, implement, device, or a combination of them that is adapted to produce a controlled dangerous substance under circumstances that reasonably indicate an intent to use it to produce, sell, or dispense a controlled dangerous substance in violation of this title.

Counterfeit substance

a person may not:(1) create or distribute a counterfeit substance; or(2) possess a counterfeit substance with intent to distribute it.

Keeping common nuisance (trap house or other place)

A person may not keep a common nuisance.

False prescription

Except as otherwise provided in this title, a person may not pass, issue, make, or possess a false, counterfeit, or altered prescription for a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute the controlled dangerous substance.

Distributing faked controlled dangerous substance

A person may not distribute, attempt to distribute, or possess with intent to distribute a noncontrolled substance:(1) that the person represents as a controlled dangerous substance;(2) that the person intends for use or distribution as a controlled dangerous substance; or(3) under circumstances where one reasonably should know that the noncontrolled substance will be used or distributed for use as a controlled dangerous substance.

Possession or purchase of noncontrolled substance

a person may not possess or purchase a noncontrolled substance that the person reasonably believes is a controlled dangerous substance.

Drug paraphernalia

a person may not deliver or sell, or manufacture or possess with intent to deliver or sell, drug paraphernalia, knowing, or under circumstances where one reasonably should know, that the drug paraphernalia will be used to:(i) plant, propagate, cultivate, grow, harvest, manufacture, compound, convert, produce, process, prepare, test, analyze, pack, repack, store, contain, or conceal a controlled dangerous substance; or(ii) inject, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce into the human body a controlled dangerous substance.

Controlled paraphernalia

a person may not:(1) obtain or attempt to obtain controlled paraphernalia by:(i) fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, or subterfuge;(ii) counterfeiting a prescription or a written order;(iii) concealing a material fact or the use of a false name or address;(iv) falsely assuming the title of or representing to be a manufacturer, distributor, or authorized provider; or(v) making or issuing a false or counterfeit prescription or written order; or(2) possess or distribute controlled paraphernalia under circumstances which reasonably indicate an intention to use the controlled paraphernalia for purposes of illegally administering a controlled dangerous substance.

Use of weapon as separate crime

During and in relation to a drug trafficking crime, a person may not:(1) possess a firearm under sufficient circumstances to constitute a nexus to the drug trafficking crime; or(2) use, wear, carry, or transport a firearm.

Firearm crimes (felony)

A person may not possess, own, carry, or transport a firearm if that person has been convicted of:(1) a felony under this title;(2) a crime under the laws of another state or of the United States that would be a felony under this title if committed in this State;(3) conspiracy to commit a crime referred to in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection; or(4) an attempt to commit a crime referred to in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection.

Arson in the first degree

A person may not willfully and maliciously set fire to or burn:(1) a dwelling; or(2) a structure in or on which an individual who is not a participant is present.

Arson in the second degree

A person may not willfully and maliciously set fire to or burn a structure that belongs to the person or to another.

Malicious burning of personal property in the first degree ($1k or more)

A person may not willfully and maliciously set fire to or burn the personal property of another.

Malicious burning of personal property in the second degree (Less than $1k)

A person may not willfully and maliciously set fire to or burn the personal property of another.

Burning with intent to defraud

A person may not set fire to or burn property of any kind with the intent to defraud another.

Burning with intent to defraud

A person may not set fire to or burn property of any kind with the intent to defraud another.

Threat of arson

A person may not threaten verbally or in writing to:(1) set fire to or burn a structure; or(2) explode a destructive device, as defined in § 4-501 of this article, in, on, or under a structure.

Burning trash container

A person may not willfully and maliciously set fire to or burn the contents of a dumpster or trash receptacle that belongs to another.

Attempt to burn structure or property

Placing or distributing a flammable, explosive, or combustible material or device in or near a structure or personal property in preparation for burning the structure or property is an attempt to burn the structure or property.

Separate units -- Separate violations (arson)

If a structure is divided into separately owned or leased units, each unit is a separate structure for purposes of prosecution under this subtitle.

Burglary in the first degree

(a) Breaking and entering with intent to commit theft prohibited. -- A person may not break and enter the dwelling of another with the intent to commit theft.




(b) Breaking and entering with intent to commit crime of violence prohibited. -- A person may not break and enter the dwelling of another with the intent to commit a crime of violence.

Burglary in the second degree

(a) Prohibited -- Breaking and entering with intent to commit theft, violence, or arson. -- A person may not break and enter the storehouse of another with the intent to commit theft, a crime of violence, or arson in the second degree.




(b) Prohibited -- Breaking and entering with intent to steal firearm. -- A person may not break and enter the storehouse of another with the intent to steal, take, or carry away a firearm.

Burglary in the third degree

A person may not break and enter the dwelling of another with the intent to commit a crime.

Burglary in the fourth degree

(a) Prohibited -- Breaking and entering dwelling. -- A person may not break and enter the dwelling of another.(b) Prohibited -- Breaking and entering storehouse. -- A person may not break and enter the storehouse of another.(c) Prohibited -- Being in or on dwelling, storehouse, or environs. -- A person, with the intent to commit theft, may not be in or on:(1) the dwelling or storehouse of another; or(2) a yard, garden, or other area belonging to the dwelling or storehouse of another.(d) Prohibited -- Possession of burglar's tool. -- A person may not possess a burglar's tool with the intent to use or allow the use of the burglar's tool in the commission of a violation of this subtitle.

Breaking and entering motor vehicle -- Rogue and vagabond

(a) Prohibited -- Possession of burglar's tool. -- A person may not possess a burglar's tool with the intent to use or allow the use of the burglar's tool in the commission of a crime involving the breaking and entering of a motor vehicle.(b) Prohibited -- Presence in another's vehicle. -- A person may not be in or on the motor vehicle of another with the intent to commit theft of the motor vehicle or property that is in or on the motor vehicle.

Burglary with destructive device

(a) Prohibited. -- A person may not open or attempt to open a vault, safe, or other secure repository by the use of a destructive device, as defined in § 4-501 of this article, while committing burglary in the first, second, or third degree.

Breaking and entering a research facility

A person may not break and enter a research facility without the permission of the research facility with the intent to:(1) obtain unauthorized control over research property;(2) alter or eradicate research property;(3) damage or deface research property;(4) move research property in a manner intended to cause harm to it;(5) destroy or remove research property; or(6) engage in conduct that results in the removal of research property.

Separate units -- Separate violations (Burglary)

For purposes of prosecution under this subtitle, a unit in a building or structure that is divided into separately owned or leased units may not be considered a separate dwelling or storehouse unless it is objectively apparent that each unit constitutes a separate dwelling or storehouse.

Malicious destruction

A person may not willfully and maliciously destroy, injure, or deface the real or personal property of another.

Malicious destruction -- Throwing object at vehicle

A person may not willfully throw, shoot, or propel a rock, brick, piece of iron, steel, or other similar metal, or a dangerous missile at or into a vehicle or other means of transportation that is occupied by an individual.

Trespass on posted property

A person may not enter or trespass on property that is posted conspicuously against trespass by:(1) signs placed where they reasonably may be seen; or(2) paint marks that:(i) conform with regulations that the Department of Natural Resources adopts under § 5-209 of the Natural Resources Article; and(ii) are made on trees or posts that are located:1. at each road entrance to the property; and2. adjacent to public roadways, public waterways, and other land adjoining the property.

Wanton trespass on private property

(a) Prohibited -- Entering and crossing property. -- A person may not enter or cross over private property or board the boat or other marine vessel of another, after having been notified by the owner or the owner's agent not to do so, unless entering or crossing under a good faith claim of right or ownership.(b) Prohibited -- Remaining on property. -- A person may not remain on private property including the boat or other marine vessel of another, after having been notified by the owner or the owner's agent not to do so.

Use of a vehicle on private property

Except when traveling on a clearly designated private driveway, a person may not use a vehicle or off-road vehicle on private property unless the person has in the person's possession the written permission of the owner or tenant of the private property.

Motor vehicle theft

A person may not knowingly and willfully take a motor vehicle out of the owner's lawful custody, control, or use without the owner's consent.

Unauthorized control over property

A person may not willfully or knowingly obtain or exert unauthorized control over property, if the person:(1) intends to deprive the owner of the property;(2) willfully or knowingly uses, conceals, or abandons the property in a manner that deprives the owner of the property; or(3) uses, conceals, or abandons the property knowing the use, concealment, or abandonment probably will deprive the owner of the property.

Unauthorized control over property -- By deception

A person may not obtain control over property by willfully or knowingly using deception, if the person:(1) intends to deprive the owner of the property;(2) willfully or knowingly uses, conceals, or abandons the property in a manner that deprives the owner of the property; or(3) uses, conceals, or abandons the property knowing the use, concealment, or abandonment probably will deprive the owner of the property.

Possessing stolen personal property

A person may not possess stolen personal property knowing that it has been stolen, or believing that it probably has been stolen, if the person:(i) intends to deprive the owner of the property;(ii) willfully or knowingly uses, conceals, or abandons the property in a manner that deprives the owner of the property; or(iii) uses, conceals, or abandons the property knowing that the use, concealment, or abandonment probably will deprive the owner of the property.

Embezzlement -- Fraudulent misappropriation by fiduciary

A fiduciary may not:(1) fraudulently and willfully appropriate money or a thing of value that the fiduciary holds in a fiduciary capacity contrary to the requirements of the fiduciary's trust responsibility; or(2) secrete money or a thing of value that the fiduciary holds in a fiduciary capacity with a fraudulent intent to use the money or thing of value contrary to the requirements of the fiduciary's trust responsibility.

Misappropriation by bailee

A bailee for hire, or a servant, agent, or employee of the bailee, may not willfully appropriate and use, or allow the appropriation and use of, any property that is the subject matter of the bailment without the consent of the owner of that property.

Unauthorized removal of property

Without the permission of the owner, a person may not take and carry away from the premises or out of the custody of another or use of the other, or the other's agent, or a governmental unit any property, including:(1) a vehicle;(2) a motor vehicle;(3) a vessel; or(4) livestock.