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Unauthorized Removal Of Property Defense Montgomery – Maryland Lawyers

There are many different penalties for Unauthorized Removal Of Property in Montgomery, Maryland.

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Unauthorized Removal Of Property in Montgomery, Maryland.

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MONTGOMERY MARYLAND LAWYERS – UNLAWFUL USE OF GOODS – UNAUTHORIZED REMOVAL OF PROPERTY-STATUTE:

Md. CRIMINAL LAW Code Ann. § 7-203. Unauthorized removal of property

(a) Prohibited. — Without the permission of the owner, a person may not take and carry away from the premises or out of the custody of another or use of the other, or the other’s agent, or a governmental unit any property, including:

(1) a vehicle;

(2) a motor vehicle;

(3) a vessel; or

(4) livestock.

(b) Penalty. — A person who violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction:

(1) is subject to imprisonment for not less than 6 months and not exceeding 4 years or a fine not less than $ 50 and not exceeding $ 100 or both; and

(2) shall restore the property taken and carried away in violation of this section or, if unable to restore the property, shall pay to the owner the full value of the property.

(c) Prohibited defense. — It is not a defense to this section that the person intends to hold or keep the property for the person’s present use and not with the intent of appropriating or converting the property.

MONTGOMERY MARYLAND LAWYERS – UNLAWFUL USE OF GOODS – UNAUTHORIZED REMOVAL OF PROPERTY

Md. Criminal Law Code Ann. § 7-203

Description

Penalties

Unauthorized removal of property Without the permission of the owner, a person may not take and carry away from the premises or out of the custody of another or use of the other, or the other’s agent, or a governmental unit any property, including:

(1) a vehicle;

(2) a motor vehicle;

(3) a vessel; or

(4) livestock.

Guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject to imprisonment for 6 months to 4 years or a fine $ 50 to $ 100 or both; and shall restore the property taken and carried away in violation of this section or, if unable to restore the property, shall pay to the owner the full value of the property
Unauthorized Removal Of Property in Montgomery, Maryland.

We will do our absolute best to help you get the best result possible based on the facts of your case.

Article written by A SrisA Sris
Sris Law Group
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