Maryland Transportation Section 16-301

Article - Transportation

§ 16-301.

      (a)      A person may not knowingly or fraudulently obtain or attempt to obtain a driver's license by misrepresentation.

      (b)      A person may not in any application for a driver's license:

            (1)      Use a false or fictitious name;

            (2)      Knowingly make a false statement;

            (3)      Knowingly conceal a material fact;

            (4)      Use a false, fictitious, or fraudulently altered document; or

            (5)      Otherwise commit a fraud.

      (c)      A person may not display, cause or permit to be displayed, any canceled license.

      (d)      A person may not display, cause or permit to be displayed, any revoked license.

      (e)      A person may not display, cause or permit to be displayed, any suspended license.

      (f)      A person may not display, cause or permit to be displayed, any fictitious license.

      (g)      A person may not display, cause or permit to be displayed, any fraudulently altered license.

      (h)      A person may not possess any canceled license.

      (i)      A person may not possess any revoked license.

      (j)      A person may not possess any suspended license.

      (k)      A person may not possess any fictitious license.

      (l)      A person may not possess any fraudulently altered license.

      (m)      A person may not lend his license to any other person or knowingly permit the use of his license by another.

      (n)      A person may not display or represent as his own any license not issued to him.

      (o)      A person may not fail or refuse to surrender to the Administration on its lawful demand any license that has been suspended, revoked, or canceled.

      (p)      A person may not permit any unlawful use of a license issued to him.

      (q)      A person may not do any act forbidden or fail to perform any act required by this title.