MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY


ARTICLE 27 REVISION COMMITTEE

Appointed by Senate President & House Speaker:
Chair: Joseph F. Murphy, Jr., Chief Judge, Court of Special Appeals

Gary E. Bair, Esq.; Gary Bernstein, Esq.; Russell P. Butler, Esq.; Howard S. Chasanow; Mark Colvin, Esq.; Robert Dean, Esq.; Ann Marie Doory; Gilbert J. Genn, Esq.; Joseph M. Getty; Ralph M. Hughes; Daniel M. Long; Timothy F. Maloney, Esq.; Kenneth H. Masters, Esq.; Charles E. Moylan, Jr.; Irma S. Raker; Melanie M. Shaw-Geter; Norman R. Stone, Jr.; Byron L. Warnken, Esq.

Staff: Donald J. Hogan, Jr. (410) 946-5350, (301) 970-5350

In 1992, the Legislative Policy Committee established the Article 27 Revision Committee to review laws relating to crimes and punishments. To date, the Revision Committee has recommended, and the General Assembly has passed, substantive revisions of laws on arson and burglary; assault; disorderly conduct; escape from detention; explosives; trespass; and victims' rights.

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