Coronavirus Latest: Mosby Continues Push For Release Of Non-Violent Inmates As First Cases Of COVID-19 Reported In Correctional FacilitiesIn a statement, Mosby called on Gov. Larry Hogan to come up with a plan to keep inmates safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Hogan, Mosby At Odds Over Plan To Release Non-Violent Offenders To Protect Them From CoronavirusBaltimore City’s State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is calling on Gov. Hogan to consider the supervised release of some inmates in order to stop an outbreak of the coronavirus behind bars.
Coronavirus Latest: Marilyn Mosby Dropping Charges For Drug Possession, Prostitution, Other Minor Crimes To Help Prevent COVID-19 Spread In JailsBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby ordered her staff Wednesday to drop all pending charges against people arrested for certain non-violent crimes.
Defense Attorneys Demand List Of Baltimore City Police Officers With 'Integrity' Issues; Mosby's Office Defends TransparencyBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby says she has a list of more than 300 police officers with potential integrity issues, and now, public defenders want that list.
Marilyn Mosby Attends Rally Supporting St. Louis Prosecutor Accusing City Of Blocking ReformsBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby was one of several prosecutors from around the country who attended a rally on Tuesday in support of St. Louis' chief prosecutor, who has filed a lawsuit against city officials accusing them of a racist campaign to block criminal justice reform, CBS News reported.
Marilyn Mosby Flags 305 Officers For ‘Integrity’ Issues; GTTF Investigation Has No Time, Money LimitsBaltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said a list of officers with possible integrity issues has ballooned to 305 — more than 10 percent of the force.
'Small Number Of Tasks To Complete' In BPD Detective Sean Suiter's Death Investigation, Police SayThe Baltimore Police Department Friday said there are "a small number of tasks" to complete in their investigation of former Detective Sean Suiter's death, despite the department calling the case closed earlier this week.
Baltimore State's Attorney Asks For 790 'Tainted' Criminal Cases To Be Thrown OutMarilyn Mosby, Baltimore state's attorney, is asking for nearly 800 "tainted" criminal cases to be tossed after several were linked to city officers convicted in the Gun Trace Task Force scandal.
Delegate Nick Mosby, Husband Of Baltimore City State's Attorney, 'Strongly Considering' Council President RunDelegate Nick Mosby, the husband of Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, is "strongly considering" running for city council president, he said Friday.
Gov. Hogan On Baltimore's Prosecution Of Violent Crime: 'Status Quo Is Completely Unacceptable'Gov. Larry Hogan isn't backing down after Baltimore city state's attorney Marilyn Mosby criticized the governor's crime plan for the city.
'Let's Talk Real Solutions': Mosby 'Stunned' By Hogan's Latest Crime PlanA day after Gov. Larry Hogan called on the attorney general's office to prosecute more violent crime cases in an effort to make Baltimore safer, the city's state's attorney had harsh words for the governor's plan.
800 Cases Linked To Gun Trace Task Force Could Be Overturned, Dismissed After Officers' ConvictionsA corrupt task force is to blame for nearly 800 criminal cases that Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is hoping to throw out or overturn.
Baltimore City State's Attorney Pushes For Marijuana Decriminalization Before House SubcommitteeMosby said she wants to see marijuana decriminalized and removed as a controlled substance -- essentially making it legal -- and then leave it up to states to decide how to regulate it.
Former Maryland Deputy Attorney General Thiru Vignarajah Proposes Taxing Marijuana In BaltimoreA former Maryland Deputy Attorney General believes that marijuana could be an economic benefit to the City of Baltimore.
Jury Sides With Baltimore State's Attorney Over FiringA jury has found that the Baltimore state’s attorney did not illegally fire a city prosecutor over politics.