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Session Laws, 1976
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MARVIN MANDEL, Governor                             1701

NOMINEE, THE GOVERNOR MAY APPOINT ANY OF THE NOMINEES
SUBMITTED.]] The Governor may reject the nominee [[OR
ALL NOMINEES ONLY]] for cause, in which event the
Commission shall submit another nominee [[OR ALL
NOMINEES]]. The Governor, if he [reject] REJECTS the
nominee [[OR NOMINEES]], shall state in writing to the
Commission the reasons for his rejection. This statement
is confidential, secret, and privileged; however, the
Commission may make it public. A COPY OF THE STATEMENT

SHALL BE FURNISHED TO THE NOMINEE.__THE STATEMENT SHALL

BE CONFIDENTIAL AND PRIVILEGED UNLESS SUCH PRIVILEGE IS
DEEMED WAIVED BY THE NOMINATING COMMISSION BY THE ACTS OF

THE NOMINEE IN PRESENTING TO THE PUBLIC THE REASON FOR

HIS REJECTION.

(E) THE GOVERNOR SHALL EXERCISE HIS POWER OF

APPOINTMENT OR REJECTION WITHIN 30 DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THE
COMMISSION'S REPORT.

33F.

(a)   The Commission may reprimand or recommend to
the Governor the removal from office of the State
[[prosecutor]] Prosecutor if after a hearing, it finds
that he is guilty of misconduct in office, persistent
failure to perform the duties of his office, or conduct
prejudicial to the proper administration of justice.

(b)   The proceedings, testimony, and other evidence
before the Commission are confidential and privileged.
However, the Commission, upon taking final action in the
matter, may make its order and the proceedings, testimony
and other evidence public.

(c)   The Commission is empowered to investigate
allegations made against the State [[prosecutor]]
Prosecutor which, if true, may warrant his removal or
discipline, upon complaint or upon its own motion. It
may conduct hearings, administer oaths and affirmations,
issue process to compel the attendance of witnesses and
the production of evidence, and require persons to
testify and produce evidence by granting them immunity
from prosecution, penalty, or forfeiture.

SECTION 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That Section
34 of Article 10 Attorneys at Law and Attorneys in
Fact, of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1968 Replacement
Volume and 1975 Supplement) be and it is hereby repealed
and reenacted, with amendments, to read as follows:

Article 10 - Attorneys at Law and Attorneys

in Fact

34.

The State's [[attorney]] Attorney for each county
and the City of Baltimore shall, in such county or city,
prosecute and defend, on the part of the State, all cases

 

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