Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

The Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City Convicts BGF Hitman

The Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City Convicts BGF Hitman

MIU secured the conviction of Kenneth “Slay” Jones, a known BGF gang member

MIU secured the conviction of Kenneth “Slay” Jones, a known…

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Assistant State’s Attorney Tries Attempted Murder Case for a Second Time, and Wins, Defendant Receives Maximum Sentence

Assistant State’s Attorney Tries Attempted Murder Case for a Second Time, and Wins, Defendant Receives Maximum Sentence

Kamal Muhammad, also known as Melvin Caldwell has been

Kamal Muhammad, also known as Melvin Caldwell has been

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Fourth of July Murder Leads to Conviction of Violent Repeat Offender

Fourth of July Murder Leads to Conviction of Violent Repeat Offender

Omar McGee was convicted by a jury of first degree murder, use of a firearm in the commission

Omar McGee was convicted by a jury of first degree…

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SAO Major Investigations Unit Convicts Baltimore Rapper

SAO Major Investigations Unit Convicts Baltimore Rapper

Davon “Day Day” Robeson was convicted for Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery...

Baltimore Rapper Davon Robeson, also known as “Day Day da…

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Former Basketball Star will be Sentenced for Armed Robbery and Assault

Former Basketball Star will be Sentenced for Armed Robbery and Assault

The men stole $14,000 from the bedroom and a gaming system...

Jason Sharp is scheduled to be sentenced on August 1,…

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We maintain a dedicated waiting room for the exclusive use of victims and witness at the Baltimore City Circuit Court. The room is located in room 410 of the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse (110 North Calvert Street, Baltimore Maryland 21202). The waiting area provides a safe and comfortable location for victims, witnesses, and their families to wait prior to testifying. Please feel free to use the facilities at your convenience.

If you are a victim or witness in district or juvenile court, please check in with the Assistant State’s Attorney upon entering the courtroom and have a seat in the first few rows of the courtroom.