Maryland State and Local Weapons Laws

Carroll County

-Title 5: Public Works, Chapter 50: Solid Waste, Licensing of Collectors, § 50.05 Prohibited Actions at Solid Waste Acceptance Facilities
-Title 9: General Regulations, Chapter 94: Parks and Recreation, Recreational Activities, § 94.053 Hunting and Firearms
-Title 11: Business Regulations, Chapter 112: Pawnbrokers and Secondhand Dealers, § 112.05 Record Keeping Requirements

-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 65 Firearms and Explosives

-Part II: General Legislation, Chapter 88 Firearms and Hunting
-Part II: General Legislation, Chapter 130 Parks and Recreation Areas, § 130-1 Certain actions and conduct prohibited. (A.)(16)

Mount Airy
-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 58 Firearms and Similar Devices

New Windsor
-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 88 Firearms and Other Weapons

-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 84 Firearms and Explosives

-Part II: General Legislation, Chapter 112 Firearms

Union Bridge
-Chapter 130 Nuisances, 3. Illegal Conduct, A. Prohibited Activities (3.) and (4.) (pp 21-22)

-Part I, Administrative Legislation, Chapter 10 Civil Emergencies, § 10-3 Authorized prohibitions and restrictions. (A)
-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 106 Peace and Good Order, Article IV Weapons
-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 109 Picketing and Parades, Article II Parades and Demonstrations, § 109-51.1 Restrictions on actions.

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August 2023 Legal Update

Novotny v. Moore - Challenge against aspects of SB 1 and current public carry restrictions

Maryland Shall Issue, the Second Amendment Foundation, the Firearms Policy Coalition, and three individuals have challenged SB 1. That bill passed this last Session of the General Assembly places many unconstitutional restrictions on the right to carry with a permit in Maryland. The case is styled Novotny v. Moore and has been consolidated with Kipke v. Moore in federal district court in Baltimore. Kipke was brought by the Maryland State Rifle and Pistol Association. Plaintiffs in both cases have filed motions for preliminary injunctions and motions for summary judgment with the aim of stopping enforcement of certain restrictions placed by SB 1 by October 1st, the bill’s effective date. Briefing is ongoing in both cases and then the court will decide whether to hold an oral argument and simply move to the issuance of a decision. The court is not required to decide the case within any set time. We will provide updates of importance as they occur. Find all of the filings in both of these cases HERE.

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