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Legal Information: Maryland
§ 4-503.1. Report of abuse to Department of State Police and victim
Distribution of report
(a) If an incident report is filed when a law enforcement officer responds to a request for help under § 4-502 of this Part I of this subtitle, the law enforcement unit shall provide a copy of the report to the victim on request.
Subpoena not needed
(b) The victim need not obtain a subpoena to receive a copy of the incident report.
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