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Maryland Code, Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 5-525

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(a)(1) In this section, “constituent service” includes intervention for individuals or entities that have requests of, or grievances against, any public or private entity or individual.

(2) “Constituent service” does not include:

(i) The operation of a motor vehicle or other conveyance;  or

(ii) An act or omission that constitutes a criminal offense.

(b) A member of a state legislature, including a member of the General Assembly of Maryland, who, in good faith, provides a constituent service is not civilly liable for any act or omission related to the constituent service and within the scope of the public duties of the member.

(c) This section does not supersede or constitute a waiver of a member's constitutional, statutory, or common law privileges or immunities.

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