A. Worksheet Completion. The judge, the State, and the defense shall receive copies of the worksheets before sentencing. When an agent of the Division of Parole and Probation fills in a worksheet, the agent shall send the judge the first four copies, together with the PSI and the Maryland Sentencing Guidelines Criteria for Prior Record form issued by the Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy.
B. Worksheet Completion. At sentencing, the judge shall enter the actual sentence and any changes to the worksheet including changes for any counts merged at sentencing.
C. Worksheet Distribution. After sentencing, the clerk shall distribute copies according to individual court practice. The Maryland Sentencing Guidelines Criteria for Prior Record form shall accompany the worksheets sent to the Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy. If the court orders both incarceration and probation, the clerk shall forward a copy of the worksheet to the appropriate probation office. The clerk shall forward a copy of the worksheet to the agency that has been ordered to retain custody of the defendant. An agency receiving an inmate eligible for parole shall duplicate its worksheet and forward a copy of the worksheet to the Parole Commission.