The Maryland State Constitution: A Reference Guide

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006 - 399 strani


In its history, Maryland has had four constitutions. Each was adopted by a constitutional convention that was, at least in some regard, not permitted under the previous form of government. The first Maryland Constitution was adopted in 1776 by a self-proclaimed convention that was also the de facto government of the state. The second constitution was adopted in 1851 principally to reapportion the state legislature. In 1864, the third constitution was adopted and was concerned primarily with the issues of the Civil War--emancipation and preservation of the Union. The fourth constitution was adopted in 1867, soon after the Civil War and the changes made served largely to repudiate the 1864 constitution. The 1867 constitution continues in force but has been significantly amended particularly in response to the defeated constitutional convention of 1967. This history, along with an analysis of each provision of the Maryland Constitution are covered within.

 

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Vsebina

V
1
VI
3
VII
4
VIII
6
IX
8
X
9
XI
10
XII
12
CXXX
154
CXXXI
155
CXXXII
156
CXXXIII
157
CXXXV
159
CXXXVII
160
CXXXVIII
162
CXXXIX
163

XIII
13
XV
14
XVIII
15
XIX
17
XX
18
XXI
19
XXII
21
XXIII
22
XXIV
24
XXV
25
XXVI
26
XXVII
27
XXVIII
28
XXIX
30
XXX
32
XXXI
33
XXXII
36
XXXIII
37
XXXIV
38
XXXV
39
XXXVI
40
XXXVII
41
XXXVIII
42
XXXIX
43
XL
44
XLII
45
XLIII
46
XLIV
47
XLV
48
XLVI
49
XLVII
50
XLVIII
51
XLIX
52
L
53
LI
54
LII
55
LIII
56
LIV
57
LV
59
LVI
60
LVII
61
LVIII
62
LIX
64
LX
68
LXI
69
LXIII
70
LXIV
71
LXV
72
LXVI
73
LXVII
74
LXIX
77
LXX
78
LXXII
79
LXXIII
81
LXXIV
82
LXXV
84
LXXVI
85
LXXVII
87
LXXIX
88
LXXX
89
LXXXI
90
LXXXII
91
LXXXIII
92
LXXXIV
94
LXXXV
95
LXXXVI
97
LXXXVII
98
LXXXVIII
99
LXXXIX
100
XC
101
XCI
102
XCII
103
XCIII
104
XCIV
106
XCV
111
XCVI
113
XCVII
114
XCVIII
115
XCIX
119
CI
120
CII
121
CV
122
CVI
123
CVII
125
CVIII
126
CIX
127
CX
128
CXII
129
CXIV
130
CXV
131
CXVI
132
CXVII
133
CXVIII
142
CXX
143
CXXI
144
CXXII
145
CXXIII
146
CXXIV
149
CXXV
150
CXXVI
151
CXXVII
152
CXXIX
153
CXL
164
CXLI
166
CXLIV
167
CXLV
168
CXLVI
170
CXLVIII
171
CLI
172
CLII
173
CLIII
174
CLVI
175
CLVII
176
CLIX
177
CLX
178
CLXI
179
CLXII
180
CLXIII
181
CLXIV
182
CLXV
183
CLXVII
184
CLXVIII
186
CLXIX
187
CLXX
188
CLXXII
190
CLXXIII
191
CLXXIV
192
CLXXVI
193
CLXXVII
194
CLXXVIII
195
CLXXIX
196
CLXXX
197
CLXXXI
198
CLXXXII
199
CLXXXIII
201
CLXXXIV
202
CLXXXV
203
CLXXXVIII
204
CLXXXIX
205
CXC
206
CXCI
207
CXCII
208
CXCIII
209
CXCIV
210
CXCV
211
CXCVIII
212
CXCIX
213
CC
215
CCI
217
CCII
218
CCIII
219
CCIV
220
CCV
222
CCVI
223
CCVII
224
CCVIII
225
CCIX
226
CCX
227
CCXI
228
CCXII
230
CCXIII
231
CCXIV
232
CCXV
233
CCXVI
234
CCXVII
235
CCXVIII
236
CCXIX
238
CCXX
239
CCXXI
240
CCXXII
241
CCXXIII
242
CCXXIV
243
CCXXV
244
CCXXVI
246
CCXXVII
248
CCXXVIII
250
CCXXIX
253
CCXXX
254
CCXXXI
255
CCXXXII
256
CCXXXIII
257
CCXXXIV
259
CCXXXV
262
CCXXXVI
264
CCXXXVII
266
CCXXXVIII
267
CCXXXIX
268
CCXLI
269
CCXLII
270
CCXLIII
272
CCXLIV
274
CCXLV
275
CCXLVII
276
CCXLVIII
277
CCXLIX
278
CCL
279
CCLI
280
CCLII
281
CCLIII
282
CCLIV
283
CCLV
369
CCLVI
377
CCLVII
393
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Dan Friedman is a litigation attorney at Saul Ewing LLP and a member of the adjunct faculty at the University of Maryland School of Law, where he teaches state and federal constitutional law, torts, and appellate advocacy.

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