2018 Maryland Code
Courts and Judicial Proceedings
Title 10 - Evidence
Subtitle 9 - Miscellaneous Rules
- § 10-901. Admission of statement in a criminal case
- § 10-901.1. Corroboration of testimony; oral testimony required for final decree of divorce, etc.
- § 10-902. Offenses committed by wife in presence of husband
- § 10-903. Evidence in civil proceeding of failure to testify in criminal proceeding
- § 10-904. Proof of crime committed by another
- § 10-905. Proof of interest or conviction of infamous crime or perjury
- § 10-906. Proof of written instrument
- § 10-907. Parol evidence admissible in surety matter
- § 10-908. Proof of plats
- § 10-909. Proof of patented lands
- § 10-910. Negligence of parent or custodian not imputed to infant
- § 10-911. Sound level meters and frequency analyzers
- § 10-912. Failure to take defendant before judicial officer after arrest
- § 10-913. Punitive damages for personal injuries
- § 10-914. Probation or work release -- Controlled dangerous substances or alcohol testing
- § 10-915. Admissibility of DNA profiles
- § 10-916. Battered Spouse Syndrome
- § 10-917. Restitution hearings
- § 10-918. Suits on negotiable instruments
- § 10-919. Admissibility of conviction for felonious killing in civil proceedings; effect of conviction
- § 10-920. Expressions of regret or apology.
- § 10-921. Burden of proof in uninsured motorist coverage actions.
- § 10-922. Statement made during initial appearance
- § 10-923. Admissibility of evidence of other sexually assaultive behavior
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