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Legal Information: Maryland
Updated: November 10, 2020
§ 4-508. Penalties for violations of orders
Penalty for violation of order
(a) An interim protective order, temporary protective order, and final protective order issued under this subtitle shall state that a violation of the order may result in:
(1) criminal prosecution; and
(2) imprisonment or fine or both.
Finding of contempt for violation of order
(b) A temporary protective order and final protective order issued under this subtitle shall state that a violation of the order may result in a finding of contempt.
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