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How Does Maryland Define & Punish Counterfeiting?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

Under the Maryland Criminal Code, counterfeiting is a white collar crime that involves the unlawful reproduction of documents or instruments. In order to qualify as counterfeiting under Maryland law, fraudulent intent is generally required, although in certain circumstances mere possession of counterfeit documents or instruments can be a criminal offense. Counterfeiting Documents or Instruments… Read More »

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Analyzing Identity Theft Laws & Penalties in Maryland

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

In the digital age of the Internet, identity theft and other forms of white collar crime seem to be on the rise. Electronic communications and payment methods have opened the doors for many criminals to steal personal information for unlawful purposes. Accordingly, the State of Maryland has designed a series of laws against and… Read More »

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