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§ 10-404 Attorney General's powers of investigation and enforcement.

(a) Investigative powers. - In an investigation under this subtitle, the Attorney General, a deputy attorney general, or any assistant attorney general whom the Attorney General designates may:

(1) issue a subpoena for the attendance of a witness to testify or the production of evidence;

(2) administer oaths; and

(3) examine witnesses.

(b) Applicable laws. - The laws that relate to civil actions govern the attendance and compensation of witnesses in an investigation under this subtitle.

(c) Failure to comply. - If a person fails to comply with a subpoena or refuses to testify about a material matter, on petition of the Attorney General, a circuit court may compel compliance with the subpoena.