(d) Reckless endangerment.

   (1) To be found guilty of reckless endangerment under § 3-204 of this subtitle, a defendant must be charged specifically with reckless endangerment.

   (2) A charging document for reckless endangerment under § 3-204 of this subtitle is sufficient if it substantially states:

   “(name of defendant) on (date) in (county) committed reckless endangerment in violation of § 3-204 of the Criminal Law Article against the peace, government, and dignity of the State.”.

   (3) If more than one individual is endangered by the conduct of the defendant, a separate charge may be brought for each individual endangered.

   (4) A charging document containing a charge of reckless endangerment under § 3-204 of this subtitle may:

      (i) include a count for each individual endangered by the conduct of the defendant; or

      (ii) contain a single count based on the conduct of the defendant, regardless of the number of individuals endangered by the conduct of the defendant.

   (5) If the general form of charging document described in paragraph (2) of this subsection is used to charge reckless endangerment under § 3-204 of this subtitle in a case in the circuit court, the defendant, on timely demand, is entitled to a bill of particulars.

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