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Senate passes Maryland bill eliminating statute of limitations for gun crimes

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ANNAPOLIS - Marylanders who use guns when committing violent misdemeanors could no longer escape prosecution under a bill passed Thursday by the state Senate. Currently, misdemeanors committed in Maryland are subject to a one-year statute of limitations, meaning people can't be prosecuted for the crime one year after it was committed. The bill, which passed 36-10, would eliminate that limit for...

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