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Maryland Code, Local Government § 6-101

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(a) The legislative body of a municipality may provide that violations of ordinances and resolutions authorized by this division are punishable as misdemeanors.

(b) A penalty for a violation of an ordinance or resolution that is declared to be a misdemeanor under this section may not exceed imprisonment for 6 months or a fine of $1,000 or both.

(c) Sections 7-504 and 7-505 of the Courts Article shall govern imprisonment in default of fines and costs.

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