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Can a Parent be Charged with Child Endangerment in Maryland?
Can a Parent be Charged with Child Endangerment in Maryland?

Like other states, Maryland can force a parent to face criminal charges in a situation that is deemed to be child endangerment. In most cases, charges are initiated after someone like a teacher or medical professional makes a report to the police or Child Services. In order ...

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