2020 Maryland Statutes
Transportation
Title 26 - Vehicle Laws -- Parties and Procedure on Citation, Arrest, Trial, and Appeal
Subtitle 1 - Parties Subject to the Maryland Vehicle Law
Section 26-101 - Parties to an Offense

    (a)    Any person who commits a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law, whether as a principal, agent, or accessory, is guilty of the violation.

    (b)    Any person who attempts to commit a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law, whether as a principal, agent, or accessory, is guilty of the violation.

    (c)    Any person who conspires to commit a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law, whether as a principal, agent, or accessory, is guilty of the violation.

    (d)    Any person who aids another in the commission of a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law, whether as a principal, agent, or accessory, is guilty of the violation.

    (e)    Any person who abets another in the commission of a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law, whether as a principal, agent, or accessory, is guilty of the violation.

    (f)    Any person who intentionally induces another to commit a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law is guilty of the violation.

    (g)    Any person who intentionally causes another to commit a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law is guilty of the violation.

    (h)    Any person who intentionally coerces another to commit a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law is guilty of the violation.

    (i)    Any person who intentionally permits another to commit a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law is guilty of the violation.

    (j)    Any person who intentionally directs another to commit a violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law is guilty of the violation.

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