Study: Less Than 1% Of Defendants Whose Low-Level Charges Were Dropped By Mosby Went On To Commit More Serious CrimesThe authors of the study say the findings suggest drug- and sex-work-related offenses should be reconsidered as a public health problem rather than a criminal offense. 
MD Court Of Special Appeals Rules Mosby's 'Do-Not-Call' List Is Not Exempt From Public Records LawsBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's "do-not-call" list of 305 police officers with "integrity issues" is not exempt from public records laws, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals ruled on Thursday.
Baltimore Man, 28, Convicted Of Murder In Deadly 2019 ShootingA Baltimore man was convicted Thursday of murder and other charges in connection with a 2019 shooting in Mondawmin that resulted in the death of one man and injured three others.
Baltimore Police Sgt. Welton Simpson Jr. Convicted Of Misconduct, False Statement ChargesBaltimore Police Sgt. Welton Simpson Jr., who pushed a man during a confrontation in a convenience store and later claimed he was spit on, was convicted on Monday of one count of misconduct in office and one count of making false statement to law enforcement.
Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office Eliminates More Than 800 More Open Warrants For Low-Level OffensesBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's office has eliminated more than 800 additional open warrants for low-level crimes the office isn't prosecuting amid the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said Thursday.
Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office Creates Sentencing Review Unit To Study Prison Release In Certain CasesThe Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office has created a new unit that will review the cases of some incarcerated people to determine whether they should be released from prison.
Mosby Announces Her Office Won't Authorize New No-Knock Warrants; Police Union Calls Move 'Irresponsible'The Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office will no longer authorize no-knock warrants following the death of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky earlier this year, a move the city's police union called "completely irresponsible."
Program Allows Baltimore Youth To Learn Firsthand About Jobs In Criminal JusticeThis summer, the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office is offering students a chance to get an up-close look at the criminal justice system.
State Commission On Gun Trace Task Force Scandal Met Tuesday, Discusses MisconductThe panel listened to testimony from Baltimore's lead public defender who leads the office's special litigation section focused on police misconduct issues.
Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty To Raping 12-Year-Old Family MemberA Maryland man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to raping a 12-year-old family member.
Baltimore Man Gets 10 Year Sentence For Strangling Pregnant GirlfriendA man found guilty of strangling his pregnant girlfriend is set to spend the next 10 years behind bars.