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FindLaw Launches Its New Maryland Codes Section

Here are three great things Maryland has: the very first national highway, most of the Chesapeake Bay, and the only state flag based on English heraldry. Now here's a fourth: access to FindLaw's newly launched Code of Maryland and Constitution section, the best new source for Maryland laws online.

So whether you're looking for Maryland's constitution, or its criminal procedure laws, or the nation's only law on how to set up a flagpole, you can now find them here, right on FindLaw, and entirely for free.

From Agriculture to Transportation and Everything in Between

FindLaw's new Maryland code section is made possible through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company. That means we can bring you thousands of pages of Maryland laws, courtesy of the leader in online legal research -- and we can do it for free.

So if you need information on Maryland's real property laws or are researching state child custody rules, we've got you covered.

Put that together with FindLaw's Fourth Circuit blog, Maryland caselaw offerings, and practice guides and you've got just about everything a legal professional could want, all in one spot.

Simple, Easy, and Straight Forward

One of the best features of FindLaw's new Maryland codes section is how easy it is to use. Maryland's codes are organized by subject and easily navigable. Just pick the area of law that you're interested in, then use drop down menus to browse through titles, subtitles, and sections, all from one page. You won't have to get lost in a million different webpages to find what you need.

Once you've found what you need, saving and sharing your research is a snap. Just click on the share button at the bottom of every page and you can email a copy of the website to yourself or your colleagues with just a few clicks.

And if you're researching on the go, you couldn't find a better set of state codes. Our new section has been designed from the ground up to be mobile friendly, meaning that you can check it on your phone or your tablet, from the courthouse or while running to a meeting, and still find what you need quickly and easily.

Go ahead, give it a shot.

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