2013 Maryland Code
§ 9-1104 - Miscellaneous paid leaves

MD State Pers & Pens Code § 9-1104 (2013) What's This?


The Secretary may provide by regulation for leave with pay:

(1) for jury service;

(2) to attend employee organization events approved for this purpose by the Secretary;

(3) up to 15 days for military training or active military duty in a reserve unit of the armed forces or in the organized militia;

(4) unless the employee is a party to the action or a paid witness, to appear in compliance with a subpoena:

(i) in court;

(ii) before a grand jury;

(iii) before an administrative unit; or

(iv) for a deposition;

(5) for administrative leave for the purpose of immediately removing an employee from the work site, if the employee:

(i) poses a threat to self, another individual, or State property; or

(ii) is incapable of properly performing the employee’s duties because of extraordinary circumstances; and

(6) any other paid leave the Secretary deems necessary.

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