2013 Maryland Code
§ 16-112 - License to be carried and exhibited on demand; giving of false name prohibited
(a) In this section, “display” means the manual surrender of the licensee’s license into the hands of the demanding officer for inspection.
(b) Each individual driving a motor vehicle on any highway in this State shall have his license with him.
(c) Each individual driving a motor vehicle on any highway in this State shall display the license to any uniformed police officer who demands it.
(d) Each individual driving a motor vehicle on any highway in this State shall, if requested by the officer, sign his usual signature in the presence of the officer so that the officer may determine whether he is the licensee.
(e) A person may not give the name of another person or give a false or fictitious name to any uniformed police officer who is attempting to determine the identity of a driver of a motor vehicle.
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