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RULE 11-418. DISCOVERY AND INSPECTION

West's Annotated Code of MarylandMaryland RulesEffective: January 1, 2022

West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland Rules
Title 11. Juvenile Causes
Chapter 400. Delinquency and Citation Proceedings (Refs & Annos)
Effective: January 1, 2022
MD Rules, Rule 11-418
RULE 11-418. DISCOVERY AND INSPECTION
(a) Rule 4-263 Applicability. The provisions of Rule 4-263 apply to proceedings under this Chapter except (1) “defendant” and “defense” as used in Rule 4-263 shall be construed to refer to a “respondent” under the Rules in this Chapter, (2) “conviction” as used in Rule 4-263 shall be construed to include a prior delinquency finding of a juvenile, and (3) the time requirements set forth in Rule 4-263 (h) and (i) are superseded by the provisions of section (b) of this Rule.
(b) Time for Completion of Discovery and Resolution of Discovery Disputes. All matters and information to which a party is entitled must be disclosed in time to permit their beneficial use at a hearing in which the material or information may be relevant. If the material or information is not so disclosed, the court may grant a continuance or postponement of the hearing to permit the disclosure or inspection. A motion to compel discovery shall be filed no later than 10 days before the next scheduled hearing, and any response may be filed within five days after service of the motion.
(c) Subpoena for Tangible Evidence Before Trial. On motion of a party, the court may order the issuance of a subpoena commanding a person to produce for inspection and copying at a specified time and place before trial designated documents, recordings, photographs, or other tangible things, not privileged, which may constitute or contain evidence relevant to the action. Any response to the motion shall be filed within five days.
Source: This Rule is new.

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[Adopted Nov. 9, 2021, eff. Jan. 1, 2022.]
MD Rules, Rule 11-418, MD R JUV CAUSES Rule 11-418
Current with amendments received through December 1, 2023. Some sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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