Md. lawmakers seek to clarify ‘Good Samaritan Law’

ANNAPOLIS –– A clarification to Maryland’s 2015 "Good Samaritan Law," to protect the victim of a drug or alcohol overdose from criminal prosecution, passed the House and is making its way through the state Senate. The way the law is written now, overdose victims would need to “reasonably believe” they’re suffering from a medical emergency to ...

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