Felony or Misd. Source CR, 3-601(b)(2)(ii) CR, 3-601(b)(2)(i) CR, 3-602(b) Felony 25Y

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1 Literal 1 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Child Abuse physical, with death 2 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Child Abuse physical, 1 st degree 2-1 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Child Abuse physical, 2 nd degree 3 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Child Abuse sexual 4 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Abuse, neglect of vulnerable adult by custodian 4-1 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Abuse, neglect of vulnerable adult by custodian. Sexual abuse abuse resulting in death serious injury 5 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Sell, barter, trade, etc. a child f money, property, etc. 6 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Contributing to a child being delinquent in need of supervision 6-1 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Contributing to a child in need of assistance 7 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Interfering with rights of mentally retarded individual 8 Abuse and Other Offensive Conduct Desertion; non-suppt min child 9 Accessy after the Fact Accessy after the fact to a felony 9-1 Animals, Crimes Against Aggravated Animal Cruelty CR, 3-601(b)(2)(ii) CR, 3-601(b)(2)(i) Y Person II 25Y Person II CR, 3-601(d) 15Y Person IV CR, 3-602(b) 25Y Person CR, 3-605(b) 5Y Person V $5, CR, 3-604(b) 10Y Person IV CR, Y Person V $10, CJ, 3-8A-30 3Y Person VI $2, CJ, Y Person VI $2,500 HG, Y Person VII $5,000 FL, Y Person VII $ CR, Lesser of 5Y max. term penalty f the crime Person, Drug, Property CR, (b) 3Y Property VI $5,000 II V Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 1 of 46

2 Literal 10 Animals, Crimes Against Arranging, conducting, using dog in dogfight 11 Animals, Crimes Against Cockfight 11-1 Animals, Crimes Against Attending a dogfight cockfight 12 Animals, Crimes Against Cruelty to Animals injuring a racehse 12-1 Animals, Crimes Against Hunting via an internet connection 13 Arson and Burning Arson dwelling occupied structure (arson 1 st degree) 14 Arson and Burning Arson Other structure (arson, 2 nd degree) 15 Arson and Burning Arson threat of 16 Arson and Burning Burning personal property of another, $1,000 me (malicious burning 1 st degree) 17 Arson and Burning Burning property with intent to defraud 18 Arson and Burning Burn personal property of another less than $1,000 (malicious burning, 2 nd degree) 19 Arson and Burning Arson trash bin 20 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Poisoning attempted 21 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Poisoning contaminating water, food, etc. 22 Assault and other Bodily Woundings Assault, 1 st degree 24 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Assault, 2 nd degree CR, (b) 3Y Property VI $5, CR, (b) 3Y Property VI $5, CR, Y Property VII $2,500 CR, Y 1Y Property VI NR, (c) 1Y Property VII $10, CR, 6-102(a) 30Y Property III $50, CR, 6-103(a) 20Y Property IV $30, CR, 6-107(a) 10Y Property V $10, CR, 6-104(b) 5Y Property VI $5, CR, 6-106(a) 5Y Property VI $5, CR, 6-105(b) 18M Property VII $ CR, 6-108(a) 30D Property VII $ CR, Y 2Y Person II CR, Y Person II CR, Y Person III CR, Y Person V $2,500 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 2 of 46

3 Literal 25 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Female genital mutilation perfm consent to 25-1 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Other Willfully expose others to infectious disease 25-2 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Other Knowingly transfer attempt to transfer HIV virus 25-4 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Other Knowingly and willfully causing another to ingest bodily fluid 25-5 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Other Failure to comply with violation of protective der, 1 st offense 25-6 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Other Failure to comply with violation of protective der, subsequent 25-7 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Other Failure to comply with violation of peace der 26 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Reckless endangerment 27 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Cause a life threatening injury by mot vehicle vessel while under the influence of alcohol 28 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Cause a life threatening injury by mot vehicle vessel while impaired by alcohol 29 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Cause a life-threatening injury by mot vehicle vessel while impaired by drugs HG, HG, Y Person V $5,000 HG, Y Person VII $500 HG, Y Person V $2, CR, Y Person V FL, 4-509(a)(1) 90D Person VII $1, FL, 4-509(a)(2) 1Y Person VII $2, CJ, D Person VII $1, (from car) CR, 3-204(a) 5Y Person V $5, CR, 3-211(c) 3Y Person VI $5, CR, 3-211(d) 2Y Person VI $3, CR, 3-211(e) 2Y Person VI $3,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 3 of 46

4 Literal 30 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Cause a life-threatening injury by mot vehicle vessel while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance 30-1 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Law Enfcement Protection Act assault on law enfcement officer 30-2 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Assault by inmate on employee other inmate of State, local, sheriff's office crectional facility, 1 st degree 30-3 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Assault by inmate on employee other inmate of State, local, sheriff's office crectional facility, 2 nd degree 30-4 Assault and Other Bodily Woundings Inmate causing crectional employee sheriff to come in contact with bodily fluid 31 Assault Pistols Use of assault pistol; magazine with a capacity of me than 20 rounds in the commission of a felony crime of violence, subsequent 32 Assault Pistols Use of assault pistol; magazine with a capacity of me than 20 rounds in the commission of a felony crime of violence, 1 st offense 33 Assault Pistols Unlawfully possess, sell, offer to sell, transfer in, purchase, etc., an assault pistol; a detachable magazine with a capacity of me than 20 rounds of ammo 34 Assisted Suicide Coercion; provide means; participation CR, 3-211(f) 2Y Person VI $3, CR, 3-203(c) 10Y Person V $5, CR, Y Person III CR, Y Person V $2, CR, Y Person V $2, CR, 4-306(b)(3) 20Y 10Y Person II $5, CR, 4-306(b)(2) 20Y MM*=5Y Person III $5, CR, 4-303(a) CR, 4-305(b) CR, 4-306(a) CR, CR, Y Person VI $5,000 1Y Person VII $10,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 4 of 46

5 Literal 35 Bad Check Bad Check, $500 greater 36 Bad Checks Misdemean Bad Check, less than $ Bad Checks Misdemean Bad Check, less than $ Bribery Bribery to by public officer 38 Bribery Bribe jur acceptance of bribe by jur 39 Bribery Person persons who bribe attempt to bribe a participant, etc., in athletic contest 40 Bribery Bribery athletic contestant accepts bribe 41 Burglary and Related Crimes Burglary, 1 st degree 42 Burglary and Related Crimes Burglary, with explosives 43 Burglary and Related Crimes Burglary, 2 nd degree 44 Burglary and Related Crimes Burglary, 2 nd degree, steal take firearm 45 Burglary and Related Crimes Burglary, 3 rd degree 46 Burglary and Related Crimes Breaking and entering research facility 47 Burglary and Related Crimes Breaking and entering mot vehicle (rogue and vagabond) 48 Burglary and Related Crimes Burglary, 4 th degree CR, CR, 8-106(a), (b) CR, CR, 8-106(c) CR, CR, 8-106(d) Common law; CR, Y Property V $1,000 18M Property VII $100 90D Property VII $500 12Y 2Y Property V $100 $5,000 CR, Y 18M Property VI CR, Y 6M Property VI $100 $5, CR, Y Property VII $5, CR, 6-202(a) 20Y Property III CR, 6-207(a) 20Y Property III CR, 6-203(a) 15Y Property IV CR, 6-203(b) 20Y Property IV $10, CR, 6-204(a) 10Y Property IV CR, 6-208(b) 5Y Property VI $5, CR, Y Property VII CR, Y Property VII Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 5 of 46

6 Literal 49 CDS and Paraphernalia Drug distribution drug kingpin 50 CDS and Paraphernalia Controlled dangerous substance imptation into State, nonmarijuana 50-1 CDS and Paraphernalia Controlled dangerous substance imptation into State, marijuana (45 kilograms me) 51 CDS and Paraphernalia Bringing min into State to violate drug laws 52 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc., manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, Schedule I II narcotics and hallucinogenics (e.g., PCP, heroin, cocaine, and LSD) 53 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc., manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, Schedule I II narcotics and hallucinogenics (e.g., PCP, heroin, cocaine, and LSD), subsequent 54 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc., manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, certain Schedule I II controlled dangerous substances, large amounts CR, Y MM*=20Y Drug II $1,000, CR, 5-614(a) 25Y Drug IIIC $50, CR, 5-614(a) 25Y Drug IIIA $50, CR, 5-628(a) 20Y Drug IIIB $20, CR, 5-608(a) CR, 5-609(a) CR, 5-608(b) CR, 5-609(b) CR, 5-608(c) CR, 5-609(c) CR, 5-608(d) CR, 5-609(d) 20Y Drug IIIB CR, 5-608(a)= $25,000 20Y 25Y 40Y MM*=10Y MM*=25Y MM*=40Y CR, 5-609(a)= $20,000 Drug IIIB $100,000 CR, 5-612(a) 20Y MM*=5Y Drug IIIB $100,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 6 of 46

7 Literal 54-1 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc., manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine), 750 grams me 54-2 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc., manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine), 750 grams me, subsequent 55 CDS and Paraphernalia Manufacture, distribute, dispense controlled dangerous substances near schools on school vehicles, 1 st offense 55-1 CDS and Paraphernalia Manufacture, distribute, dispense controlled dangerous substances near schools on school vehicles, subsequent 56 CDS and Paraphernalia Using mins f manufacture, delivery, distribution of controlled dangerous substances 57 CDS and Paraphernalia Controlled dangerous substance imptation into State, marijuana (5 to less than 45 kilos) 58 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution distribution of noncontrolled substance as controlled dangerous substance 59 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc.; manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, Schedules I through V non-narcotics (e.g., amphetamines, marijuana, diazepam, MDMA under 750 grams, and Valium) CR, 5-609(a) 20Y Drug IIIA $20,000 CR, 5-609(b) CR, 5-609(c) CR, 5-609(d) 20Y 25Y 40Y MM*=10Y MM*=25Y MM*=40Y Drug IIIA $100,000 CR, Y Drug IIIB $20,000 CR, Y MM*=5Y Drug IIIB $40, CR, 5-628(a)(1) 20Y Drug IIIB $20, CR, 5-614(b) 10Y Drug IV $10, CR, Y Drug IV $15,000 CR, 5-607(a) 5Y Drug IV $15,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 7 of 46

8 Literal 60 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc.; manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, Schedules I through V non-narcotics (e.g., amphetamines, marijuana, diazepam, and Valium), subsequent 61 CDS and Paraphernalia Distribution unlawful manufacture, distribution, etc.; counterfeiting, etc.; manufacture, possession, etc., of certain equipment f illegal use; keeping common nuisance, certain Schedule I through V non-narcotics, large amounts 62 CDS and Paraphernalia Paraphernalia delivery sale to min by adult who is 3 me years older 63 CDS and Paraphernalia Give, sell, transfer, trace, invest, conceal, etc.; receive, acquire, engage in, etc. knowing that the proceeds were derived from CDS offense 65 CDS and Paraphernalia Possession unlawful possession administering to another; obtaining, etc., substance paraphernalia by fraud, fgery, misrepresentation, etc.; affixing fged labels; altering, etc., label; unlawful possession distribution of, controlled paraphernalia non-marijuana 66 CDS and Paraphernalia Paraphernalia delivery sale generally, etc., subsequent 67 CDS and Paraphernalia Paraphernalia use possession, with intent to use, subsequent 68 CDS and Paraphernalia Paraphernalia unlawfully advertise with the purpose to promote the sale and delivery of drug paraphernalia, subsequent CR, 5-607(b) 5Y MM*=2Y Drug IV $15,000 CR, 5-612(a) 5Y MM*=5Y Drug IV $100, CR, 5-619(d)(4) 8Y Drug IV $15, CR, 5-623(b) 5Y Drug IV 1 st = $250,000 CR, 5-601(c)(1) CR, 5-620(d)(1) CR, 5-619(d)(2)(ii) CR, 5-619(c)(2)(ii) CR, 5-619(e)(2)(ii) Sub= $500,000 4Y Drug V $25,000 2Y Drug VII $2,000 2Y Drug VII $2,000 2Y Drug VII $2,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 8 of 46

9 Literal 69 CDS and Paraphernalia Possession unlawful possession administering to another, obtaining, etc., substance paraphernalia by fraud, fgery, misrepresentation, etc.; affixing fged labels; altering etc., label; unlawful possession distribution of controlled paraphernalia marijuana 70 CDS and Paraphernalia Possession unsolicited mailing of certain drugs, controlled dangerous substances, medicines, etc. 71 CDS and Paraphernalia Possession/purchase of non-cds believed to be a controlled dangerous substance 72 CDS Registration CDS deliver as a registrant a CDS of Schedule I/II without an der fm 73 CDS-Registration CDS registration use fictitious, etc. registration number; distribute without an der fm 74 CDS-Registration Manufacture CDS which was not authized by registration 75 CDS-Registration CDS Registration unlawful acts 76 Cemeteries and Funerary Objects, Crimes Involving Removal attempted removal of human remains from a burial site 77 Cemeteries and Funerary Objects, Crimes Involving Destruction of funerary objects/structures placed in a cemetery 78 Cemeteries and Funerary Objects, Crimes Involving Destruction of graveyard plants 79 Cemeteries and Funerary Objects, Crimes Involving Disderly conduct in cemetery CR, 5-601(c)(2) CR, 5-620(d)(2) 1Y Drug VII $1, CR, M Drug VII $ CR, 5-618(a) 1Y Drug VII $ CR, 5-904(a) 10Y Drug IV $100, CR, 5-903(a) 10Y Drug IV $100, CR, 5-902(b) 2Y Drug VII $100, CR, 5-902(a) 2Y Drug VII $100, CR, (a) 5Y Property VI $10, CR, (a) 5Y Property VI $10, CR, (b) 2Y Property VII $ CR, (c) 2Y Property VII $500 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 9 of 46

10 Literal 80 Commercial Fraud, Other False statement false entry in recds with the intent to deceive a person authized to examine the affairs of the bank, trust company, savings bank 81 Commercial Fraud, Other Misappropriation, fraudulent conversion, any fraudulent act in the course of engaging in the mtgage lending business 82 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraudulent Insurance Acts Violation of any other provision of , , , , , where the value of the fraud is $300 greater 83 Commercial Fraud, Other Fail to obtain and maintain a cpate surety bond irrevocable letter of credit to hold sums of money in an escrow account 84 Commercial Fraud, Other Sales of property, Custom Home Protection Act-willful failure to obtain and maintain a cpate surety bond to hold sums of money in escrow account; willful failure to make disclosure; willful commission of a breach of trust provided in Commercial Fraud, Other Sales of property, Custom Home Protection Act any other conduct that fails to comply with RP, Title 10, Subtitle Commercial Fraud, Other Commission of mtgage fraud 84-3 Commercial Fraud, Other Commission of mtgage fraud involving victim who is a vulnerable adult under CR, Commercial Fraud, Other Commission of mtgage fraud, engaging in a pattern of mtgage fraud 84-5 Commercial Fraud, Other Failure of feclosure consultant to obtain a real estate broker's license FI, 5-803(b) 10Y Property V $5,000 FI, (c) 15Y Property V $100,000 IN, (a)(1) 15Y Property V $10,000 RP, (a) 15Y Property V $10,000 RP, (b)(2) 15Y Property V $10,000 RP, (b)(3) 1Y Property VII $1,000 RP, 7-407(a) 10Y Property V $5,000 RP, 7-407(b) 15Y Property V $15,000 RP, 7-407(c) 20Y Property IV $100,000 RP, (a) RP, Y Property VI $10,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 10 of 46

11 Literal 84-6 Commercial Fraud, Other Violation of any provision of Business Occupations and Professions Article, Title 17, by feclosure consultant 84-7 Commercial Fraud, Other Violation of certain provisions of the Maryland Real Estate Brokers Act, 1 st offense 84-8 Commercial Fraud, Other Violation of certain provisions of the Maryland Real Estate Brokers Act, 2 nd offense 84-9 Commercial Fraud, Other Violation of certain provisions of the Maryland Real Estate Brokers Act, 3 rd subsequent offense 85 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraud breach of trust 86 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraud convert to own use the property of partner, make entries of a partnership transaction 87 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraud, misrepresentation by cpate officer 88 Commercial Fraud, Other False misleading statement omission of material fact in sale of business opptunity 89 Commercial Fraud, Other Offer sale of franchise without registration 90 Commercial Fraud, Other Untrue statements omissions of material fact in connection with an offer to sell sale of a franchise 91 Commercial Fraud, Other False misleading statement omission in prospectus amendment 92 Commercial Fraud, Other Untrue statements omissions of material fact in applications, notices, repts in sale of franchise 93 Commercial Fraud, Other Failure to notify Commissioner of material change in sale of franchise 94 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraud false advertising RP, (b) RP, Y Property VI $10,000 BO, (a) 1Y Property VII $5,000 BO, (d)(1) BO, (d)(2) 2Y Property VII $15,000 3Y Property VI $25, CR, 8-406(a) 10Y 1Y Property VI $500- $5, CR, 8-401(a) 10Y Property VI $5, CR, 8-402(a) 3Y 6M Property VI $1,000- $10,000 BR, (b) 5Y Property VI $10,000 BR, (b) 5Y Property VI $10,000 BR, (b) 5Y Property VI $10,000 BR, (b) 5Y Property VI $10,000 BR, (b) 5Y Property VI $10,000 BR, (b) 5Y Property VI $10, CL, Y Property VII $500 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 11 of 46

12 Literal 95 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraud pyramid, promotional scheme 96 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraudulent Insurance Acts Violation of any provision of , , , , , where the value of the fraud is less than $ Commercial Fraud, Other Unlawful subleasing of mot vehicle 98-1 Commercial Fraud, Other Operation of an assisted living program without a license, 1 st offense 98-2 Commercial Fraud, Other Operation of an assisted living program without a license, subsequent 98-3 Commercial Fraud, Other Fraudulently obtaining mot vehicle accident rept 98-4 Commercial Fraud, Other Improper disclosure of mot vehicle accident rept by law enfcement agent 99 Consumer Protection Laws Violation of Title 14 Miscellaneous Consumer Protection Provisions, Credit Card Number Protection Act 100 Counterfeiting Counterfeiting any public seal 101 Counterfeiting Counterfeiting United States currency 102 Counterfeiting Fgery, counterfeiting, etc Counterfeiting Possession of counterfeit items 103 Counterfeiting Fgery, counterfeiting, pass fged, etc. of public documents 104 Counterfeiting Orders, etc., f money goods CR, 8-404(b) 1Y Property VII $10, IN, (a)(2) 18M Property VII $10,000 CR, 8-408(b) 3Y Property VII $5,000 HG, (a)(2)(i) HG, (a)(2)(ii) 5Y Property VII $10,000 5Y Property VI $20,000 TR, (e)(1) 15Y Property V $10,000 TR, (e)(2) 15Y Property V $10,000 CR, Y Property V $1,000 CR, 8-607(b) 10Y 2Y Property V CR, Y Property V $10, CR, 8-601(a) 10Y Property V $1, CR, 8-601(c) (2) 3Y Property VII $1, CR, 8-605(a) 10Y 2Y Property V CR, 8-609(b) 10Y 2Y Property V Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 12 of 46

13 Literal Counterfeiting Trademark counterfeiting, less than $1,000, 1 st offense Counterfeiting Trademark counterfeiting, less than $1,000, subsequent 105 Counterfeiting Trademark counterfeiting, $1,000 greater 106 Counterfeiting Issuing publishing counterfeit documents 107 Counterfeiting Counterfeit comptroller stamp 109 Counterfeiting Falsifying, destroying, concealing, accessing, etc., public recds 110 Counterfeiting Fge, falsify, counterfeit the signature of a judge, court officer, court employee; use a document with fged signature of a court official 112 Counterfeiting Possess issue counterfeit U.S. currency 113 Counterfeiting Unlawful possession of fged, etc., mot vehicle title 114 Counterfeiting Make, utter, fge, etc. tickets, coupons, tokens, etc. without the authity of the person cpation issuing, selling, etc.; assist in making, uttering, fging, etc. of tickets, coupons, tokens, etc.; utter pass, knowing it to be so made 115 Credit Card Crimes Credit Card, greater than $ CR, 8-611(d) 18M Property VII $1, CR, 8-611(d) 18M Property VII $5, CR, 8-611(c) 15Y Property V $10, CR, Y Property V $1, CR, 8-608(a) 10Y 2Y Property V CR, 8-606(b) 3Y Property VII $1,000 CR, Y Property VI $10, CR, Y Property VII $1, CR, 8-603(a) 3Y Property VII $1, CR, 8-612(b) 1Y Property VII CR, 8-207(b)(1) 15Y Property V $1,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 13 of 46

14 Literal 116 Credit Card Crimes Credit Cards possess with unlawful intent a payment device number 117 Credit Card Crimes Misdemean Credit Card, less than $ Credit Card Crimes Publish cause to be published the number code of existing, canceled, etc. telephone credit card, associated numbering coding system, with the intent that it be used with knowledge that it may be used fraudulently 119 Crimes Against the Person, Generally Administered controlled dangerous substance befe committing crime of violence Criminal Gang s Use of threat of fce to coerce participation prevent leaving gang Criminal Gang s Use of threat of fce to coerce participation prevent leaving gang in school within 1,000 feet of school property Criminal Gang s Participate as member of criminal gang in commission of crime CR, CR, Y Property V $1,000 CR, 8-207(b)(2) 18M Property VII $ CR, 8-210(b) 1Y Property VII $ CR, 5-624(b) 1Y Person VII $2, CR, Y Person VII $1, CR, Y Person VI $4,000 CR, 9-804(c)(1)(i) 10Y Person One categy me serious than most serious underlying offense. If no conviction on underlying offense, categy=iv $100,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 14 of 46

15 Literal Criminal Gang s Participate as member of criminal gang in commission of crime resulting in death of victim 120 Destructive Devices Explosives sale without license 121 Destructive Devices Explosives possession without license 122 Destructive Devices Firearm, explosive on aircraft 123 Destructive Devices Manufacture, transpt, possess, control, ste, sell, distribute, and use a destructive device 124 Destructive Devices Possess explosive, incendiary and toxic material with the intent to create a destructive device 125 Destructive Devices Devices phony destructive device Destructive Devices Explosives sale without license 126 Destructive Devices Explosives possession without a license 127 Destructive Devices Explosives unlawful manufacture dealing without license Disturbing the Peace, Disderly Conduct, and Related Crimes Disturbing the peace, disderly conduct in public place 128 Disturbing the Peace, Disderly Conduct, and Related Crimes Rioting CR, 9-804(c)(1)(ii) PS, (c) PS, (b) PS, (b) PS, (a) 20Y Person One categy me serious than most serious underlying offense. If no conviction on underlying offense, categy=iii $100,000 20Y Person III $10,000 20Y Person III $10, TR, Y Person III CR, 4-503(a)(1) 25Y Property III $250, CR, 4-503(a)(2) 25Y Property III $250, CR, 9-505(a) 10Y Property V $10, PS, (c), (g) PS, (b), (g) PS, (a), (g) 5Y Property VI $5,000 5Y Property VI $5,000 5Y Property VI $5,000 CR, D Person VII $ Common law LIFE Person IV Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 15 of 46

16 Literal 129 Disturbing the Peace, Disderly Conduct, and Related Crimes Flag official defacing/desecrate in a manner intended to incite produce an imminent breach of peace under circumstances likely to incite produce an imminent breach of peace Disturbing the Peace, Disderly Conduct, and Related Crimes Willfully violate der given by Govern in time of emergency Disturbing the Peace, Disderly Conduct, and Related Crimes Willfully and knowingly fail to comply with der in time of investigation of communicable disease 130 Election s False repts by election judge election official 131 Election s Defacing removing election recds related to voting 132 Election s Unauthized access of the electronic voting systems; tampering, altering the electronic voting system f the purpose of affecting the vote count 133 Election s Voting by person convicted of infamous crime (i.e., felony) 134 Election s Tampering with election recds 135 Election s Adding deleting votes by election judge 136 Election s Destruction of voting equipment used intended to be used on the day of election Election s Employer attempt to influence vote of employee 137 Estates, Crimes Against Embezzling destroy, conceal will codicil 138 Exttion and Other Threats Exttion by anyone, greater than $ CR, (a) 1Y Property VII $1,000 PS, Y Person VII $5,000 HG, (a) 1Y Person VII $3,000 EL, (b) 10Y 1Y Property V EL, (e) 10Y 1Y Property V $50,000 EL, (b) 10Y Property V $50,000 EL, (b) 5Y 1Y Property VI EL, (b) 5Y 1Y Property VI EL, (b) 5Y 1Y Property VI EL, (b) 3Y Property VI EL, Y Property VII $1, CR, 8-702(a) 15Y 18M Property V CR, 3-701(c) 10Y Property V $5,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 16 of 46

17 Literal 139 Exttion and Other Threats Exttion by State local officer, greater than $ Exttion and Other Threats Exttion sending, etc. a threatening letter, etc. 141 Exttion and Other Threats Exttion threatening verbally 142 Exttion and Other Threats Send threat threaten to take the life, kidnap, cause bodily injury to State official 143 Exttion and Other Threats Exttion by false accusation 144 Exttion and Other Threats Exttion by State local officer employee against another employee 145 Exttion and Other Threats Misdemean Exttion by anyone, less than $ Exttion and Other Threats Misdemean Exttion by State local officer, less than $ False Statements, Other False Statement rum as to bomb 148 False Statements, Other Fraud failure to provide providing false infmation willfully with intent to evade taxes 149 False Statements, Other Fraud willful failure to file income tax return 150 False Statements, Other Fraud willful failure to withhold income tax 151 False Statements, Other Fraud willful preparation of false income tax return 152 False Statements, Other False statement on application f funds f Maryland higher education commission 153 False Statements, Other False Statement to official agencies of State its subdivisions CR, 3-702(b) 10Y Property V $5, CR, 3-706(b) 10Y Property V $10,000 CR, 3-705(a) 10Y Property V $10,000 CR, 3-708(b),(c) 3Y Person VI $2,500 CR, 3-704(a) 10Y Property V $10, CR, 3-703(a) 5Y Property VI $5, CR, 3-701(d) 18M Property VII $ CR, 3-702(c) 6M Property VII $ CR, 9-504(b) 10Y Property V $10,000 TG, (a) 18M Property VI $5,000 TG, (c) 5Y Property VI $5,000 TG, (b) 5Y Property VI $10,000 TG, Y Property VI $10, CR, 9-506(a) 1Y Property VII $5, CR, 9-503(a) 6M Property VII $500 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 17 of 46

18 Literal 154 False Statements, Other False Statement to peace police officers Fraud, Financial Crimes Against Vulnerable Adults Obtain property of vulnerable adult by deception, intimidation, undue influence, less than $ Fraud, Financial Crimes Against Vulnerable Adults Obtain property of vulnerable adult by deception, intimidation, undue influence, $500 greater 155 Fraud, Miscellaneous Fraud misuse by lawyer 156 Fraud, Miscellaneous Fgery fgery, etc. of prescriptions, etc. 157 Fraud, Miscellaneous Fraud failure to deliver receipts f sted grain 158 Fraud, Miscellaneous Fraudulent actions related to cable TV f payment offer of pay 159 Fraud, Miscellaneous Out-of-State unlicensed sellers of alcohol Fraud, Miscellaneous Practicing as a Polysomnographic Technologist without authization, etc. 160 Fraud, Miscellaneous Fraud falsely representing self as lawyer Fraud, Miscellaneous Impersonating a law enfcement officer Fraud, Miscellaneous Altering the results of a drug alcohol screening test, 1 st offense Fraud, Miscellaneous Altering the results of a drug alcohol screening test, subsequent 161 Fraud, Miscellaneous False advertising CR, 9-501(a) CR, 9-502(a) 6M Property VII $ CR, 8-801(c)(2) 18M Property VII $ CR, 8-801(c)(1) 15Y Property V $10, BO, , BO, (b) CR, 8-610(a), (b) 5Y Property V 2Y Property VI CR, 7-116(b) 10Y 1Y Property VI $500- $5, CR, 7-303(c) 5Y Property VI $5,000 2B, (b) 2Y Property VI HO, 14-5C-23(a) 1Y Property VII $1,000 BO, BO, Y Person VII $5, PS, Y Person VII $2, CR, Y Property VI $1, CR, Y Property V $5,000 CL, (a) 1Y Property VII $1,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 18 of 46

19 Literal 162 Fraud, Miscellaneous Fraudulently substituting wood alcohol f grain alcohol while in the business of making, manufacturing, etc. drugs, medicines, medicinal chemical preparations 163 Fraud, Miscellaneous Act as contract subcontract without a license, subsequent Fraud, Miscellaneous Possession of unstamped cigarettes other tobacco products on which tobacco tax has not been paid, me than 30 cartons 164 Fraud, Miscellaneous Willful transptation of unstamped cigarettes other tobacco products on which tobacco tax has not been paid Fraud Telecommunication Service Providers Telecom devices and telecom theft Fraud Telecommunication Service Providers Telecom devices and telecom theft, over 100 devices 166 Gambling General Provisions Rent place f gambling 167 Gambling General Provisions Fix hse race 168 Gambling General Provisions Gambling betting, wagering, etc.; pools on hses, etc. 169 Gambling General Provisions Gambling keeping gaming table place 170 Gambling-General Provisions Owner/occupier of building knowingly permits gaming table to be kept 171 Gambling-General Provisions Fraud enter hse in a race under a name other than that assigned and registered; racing hse under a false unregistered name 172 Gambling General Provisions Play "thimbles", "little joker", "craps", etc. f money 173 Gambling General Provisions Off-she gambling CR, 8-802(b) 1Y Property VII $100-$500 BR, Y Property VII $5,000 TG, (a)(3) 1Y Property VII $1,000 TG, Y Property VII Not exceeding $50 f each carton CR, Y Property VI $2, CR, Y Property IV $10, CR, (a) 1Y 6M Property VII $ CR, (a) 3Y Property VII $5, CR, (a) 1Y 6M Property VII $200- $1,000 CR, (a) 1Y 6M Property VII $ CR, (a) 1Y 6M Property VII $ CR, Y Property VII $5, CR, Y 6M Property VII $ CR, (b) 1Y Property VII $200- $1,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 19 of 46

20 Literal 174 Gambling General Provisions Keep, etc. slot machine unlawfully 175 Handguns In General Handgun unlawful use in commission of felony crime of violence, 1 st offense 176 Handguns In General Handgun unlawful use in commission of felony crime of violence, subsequent Handguns In General Handgun unlawful wearing, carrying, etc., 1 st weapon offense, generally 177 Handguns In General Handgun unlawful wearing, carrying, etc., 2 nd weapon offense, generally Handguns In General Handgun unlawful wearing, carrying on school property, etc., 1 st weapon offense 178 Handguns In General Handgun unlawful wearing, carrying on school property, etc., 2 nd weapon offense 179 Handguns In General Handgun unlawful wearing, carrying, etc., me than two pri weapon offenses, generally 180 Handguns In General Handgun unlawful wearing, carrying on school property, etc., me than two pri weapon offenses 181 Handguns In General Handgun unlawful wearing, carrying, etc., with deliberate purpose to injure kill 182 Handguns In General Handgun wearing, carrying, etc, under influence 186 Handguns In General Sale of a handgun manufactured on befe 12/31/02 with no external safety lock 187 Handguns In General Fail to return handgun permit CR, (a) 1Y Property VII $1, CR, 4-204(b)(1) 20Y MM*=5Y Person III CR, 4-204(b)(2) 20Y MM*=5Y Person II CR, 4-203(c)(2)(i) CR, 4-203(c)(3)(i)1 CR, 4-203(c)(2)(ii) CR, 4-203(c)(3)(i)2 CR, 4-203(c)(4)(i)1 CR, 4-203(c)(4)(i)2A CR, 4-203(c)(4)(i)2B 3Y 30D Person VII $250- $2,500 10Y 1Y Person III 3Y 90D Person VII $250- $2,500 10Y 3Y Person III 10Y 3Y Person III 10Y 5Y Person III 10Y 5Y Person III PS, Y Person VII $1, PS, PS, PS, 5-307(a) PS, Y Person VI $10,000 1Y Person VII $100- $1,000 Guidelines Table 12/1/08 Appendix A Page 20 of 46

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