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Maryland Code, Health Occupations § 14-5E-19

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<This section subject to suspension by the Maryland Board of Physicians under Order of the Governor.  See 47:7 Maryland Register 378 (March 27, 2020).>

(a) Subject to subsection (c) of this section, on the application of an individual whose license has been revoked, a disciplinary panel, on the affirmative vote of a majority of its full authorized membership, may reinstate a revoked license.

(b) A disciplinary panel may not reinstate a revoked license that has been revoked for a period of more than 1 year unless the licensee:

(1) Meets the requirements for reinstatement as established under this title;  and

(2) Completes a criminal history records check in accordance with § 14-308.1 of this title.

A child's mental incapacity to proceed, as defined by this Title, may be raised at any time by the child, the district attorney, or the court.   When the question of the child's mental incapacity to proceed is raised, there shall be no further steps in the delinquency proceeding, except the filing of a delinquency petition, until counsel is appointed and notified in accordance with Article 809(C) and the child is found to have the mental capacity to proceed.

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