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Maryland Code, Criminal Procedure § 11-704.1

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(a)?In this section, ?juvenile registrant? means a person who is required to be included in the registry of juvenile sex offenders under subsection (b) of this section.

(b)?A person shall be included in a registry of juvenile sex offenders that is maintained by the Department separately from the sex offender registry if:

(1)?the person has been adjudicated delinquent for an act that, if committed by an adult:

(i)?would constitute a violation of ??3-303, ??3-304, or ??3-307(a)(1) or (2) of the Criminal Law Article; ?or

(ii)?would constitute a violation of ??3-305 or ??3-306(a)(1) or (2) of the Criminal Law Article as the sections existed before October 1, 2017; ?and

(2)?the person was a minor who was at least 14 years old at the time the delinquent act was committed.

(c)?The registry of juvenile sex offenders shall be accessible only by law enforcement personnel for law enforcement purposes.

(d)?When the juvenile court's jurisdiction over a juvenile registrant terminates under ??3-8A-07 of the Courts Article, the juvenile registrant shall be removed from the registry.

(e)?A juvenile registrant shall appear in person at a location designated by the Department of Juvenile Services every 3 months to:

(1)?update and verify with the Department of Juvenile Services the information included in the registry of juvenile sex offenders under this section; ?and

(2)?allow the Department of Juvenile Services to take a digital image of the juvenile registrant.

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