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Maryland Code, Criminal Law § 3-102

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With the purpose of assisting another individual to commit or attempt to commit suicide, an individual may not:

(1)?by coercion, duress, or deception, knowingly cause another individual to commit suicide or attempt to commit suicide;

(2)?knowingly provide the physical means by which another individual commits or attempts to commit suicide with knowledge of that individual's intent to use the physical means to commit suicide; ?or

(3)?knowingly participate in a physical act by which another individual commits or attempts to commit suicide.

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