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Maryland Manual 1994-1995


Chairperson: Melvin A. Steinberg, Lieutenant
Governor, designee of Governor

Ex officio: Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Senate
President; Casper R. Taylor, Jr., House Speaker; J.
Rodney Little, designee of Chairperson, Maryland
Historical Trust.

Nonvoting associates: William Voss Elder III; Orwin
C. Talbott.

Architectural consultant: Historic American
Buildings Survey

Secretary: Edward C. Papenfuse, Ph.D., State Archivist

c/o State Archives
350 Rowe Blvd.
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974-3914

The State House Trust was created in 1969 to
oversee the area inside State Circle in Annapolis,
including the State House. This oversight extends
to the use of buildings and grounds and any exhibits
on display (Chapter 199, Acts of 1969). The Trust
supervises all improvements, alterations, additions,
landscaping, and repairs within the area.
The Trust consists of four ex officio members (or
their designees) who serve as trustees. Members of
the Trust may appoint from one to three nonvoting
associate members who are qualified by experience
and interest in historical preservation. The Trust
retains an architect as a consultant (Code State
Government Article, secs. 9-501 through 9-506).


Stephen Montanarelli, State Prosecutor

One Investment Place, Suite 100
Towson, MD 21204—1120 (410) 321-4067

BUDGET (CODE 22.04.00)

............... FY1992 ............... FY1993 ............... FY1994
Funds ............... (actual) ............... (actual) ...........(approp.)
General Funds . . $675,040 ..... $530,017 $513,027
Total Funds .... $675,040 ..... $530,017. ..... $513,027


Authorized. .......... 11 ........... 7............. 7
Contractual (FTE) ......0 ........... 0.............1
Total Staff ........... 11 ........... 7............. 8


Annual Report to Governor, Attorney General &
General Assembly.



Stephen Montanarelli, State Prosecutor
(appointed by Governor upon nomination of State
Prosecutor Selection & Disabilities Commission),
1989 ........................ (410) 321-4067

Independent Agencies /545


Thomas M. McDonough . (410) 321-4067
A. Thomas Krehely .......... (410) 321-4067


James I. Cabezas. ............ (410) 321-4067


Sharon E. Allen ............. (410) 321-4067

The office of State Prosecutor was established
by Constitutional amendment (Chapter 612,
Acts of 1976, ratified Nov. 1976). An inde-
pendent unit within the Office of the Attorney
General, the State Prosecutor's office began op-
eration January 1977.
The State Prosecutor may investigate on his own
initiative, or at the request of the Governor, the Attor-
ney General, the General Assembly, the State Ethics
Commission, or a State's Attorney, certain criminal
offenses. These include: 1) State election law viola-
tions; 2) State public ethics law violations; 3) State
bribery law violations involving public officials or
employees; 4) misconduct in office by public officials
or employees; and 5) extortion, perjury, or obstruc-
tion of justice related to any of the above.
At the request of the Governor, Attorney Gen-
eral, General Assembly, or a State's Attorney, the
State Prosecutor also may investigate alleged crimes
conducted partly in Maryland and partly in another
jurisdiction, or in more than one political subdivi-
sion of the State.
If the violation of the criminal law has occurred,
the State Prosecutor makes a confidential report of
these findings, with recommendations for prosecu-
tion, to the Attorney General and the State's Attorney
having jurisdiction to prosecute the matter. Such a
report need not be made to the State's Attorney,
however, if the State Prosecutor's findings and recom-
mendations contain allegations of offenses committed
by the State's Attorney. If the State's Attorney to
whom the report is rendered fails to file charges within
45 days in accordance with the State Prosecutor's
recommendations, the State Prosecutor may prose-
cute such offenses. The State Prosecutor may imme-
diately prosecute offenses set forth in the report and
recommendations if they are alleged to have been
committed by a State's Attorney
Where no violation of the criminal law has oc-
curred or prosecution is not recommended, the
State Prosecutor reports these findings to the per-
son requesting the investigation. The report is made
available to the public if the subject of the investi-
gation so requests.
In investigating and prosecuting cases in which
he is authorized to act, the State Prosecutor has all
the powers and duties of a State's Attorney.
The State Prosecutor is nominated by the
State Prosecutor Selection and Disabilities Com-
mission and appointed by the Governor for a
term of six years (Code 1957, Art. 10, secs.


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