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“We are extremely proud to have worked with our partners in the legislature to pass these important measures to protect our most vulnerable Marylanders and bring criminals to justice.” The signing of the “no means no” bill comes just months after the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault completed an audit of three years of sexual assault cases in Baltimore County that failed to move forward.
Jordan said of the 124 cases the coalition reviewed, 42 were discharged because of a failure to demonstrate physical resistance.
“What is so important about this is that it conforms our law to what we are teaching our students in high school and college,” Jordan said. Hixson (D-Montgomery) has introduced the bill for several years, and Hogan offered the idea as part of his legislative package this year. legislative leaders in standoff over special session on medical marijuana] Also on Tuesday, the Legislative Black Caucus continued its push for Hogan, Miller and Busch to call for a one-day special session to take up a bill to expand and diversify the state’s medical marijuana industry.
“You have to have consent and ‘no means no.’ ” Hogan also signed a bill that exempts law enforcement and fire and emergency responders from state taxes on retirement income. Andy Pierre, the executive director of the caucus, said the group began collecting signatures on a petition that would force lawmakers to come back to Annapolis to resolve the issue.
Larry Hogan (R) on Tuesday signed more than 200 bills, including a measure that advocates say will change “the way we look at rape.” The governor was joined by Senate President Thomas V. Under the measure, evidence of physical resistance is not required to prove that a sexual crime has been committed.
Busch (D-Anne Arundel) to sign what many advocates referred to as the “no means no” bill.
Some sex offenders must update their information more often: transients must update every 30 days and sexually violent predators must update every 90 days.
There is also a category of registered sex offenders that cannot, by law, be displayed on the Megan’s Law website.Certain offenders can apply to be excluded from this website pursuant to Penal Code § 290.46, subdivision (e).If the offense is a felony sexual battery (Penal Code § 243.4(a)), or a misdemeanor annoy/molest children (Penal Code § 647.6.), exclusion must be granted if there is no other registrable offense.An offender convicted of felony child pornography (Penal Code §§ 311.1, 311.2 subd.
(b), (c), or (d), or Penal Code §§ 311.3, 311.4, 311.10, or 311.11), where the victim was at least 16 years or older, can also apply for exclusion.However, those offenders are still required to register as sex offenders with local law enforcement agencies.