Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

Crime Fighters Announce Gun Violence Enforcement Division Up and Running in Baltimore City

Crime Fighters Announce Gun Violence Enforcement Division Up and Running in Baltimore City

GVED consists of a division chief, a team captain, and 11 prosecutors; as well as a sergeant and five detectives.

In September, the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore…

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Baltimore Police Officer Wesley Cagle Sentenced to 12 Years

Baltimore Police Officer Wesley Cagle Sentenced to 12 Years

Officer stood over suspect and shot him

Former Baltimore Police Officer Wesley Cagle has been sentenced to…

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Jury Finds Man Guilty of Murder For Fatally Shooting Two Men, One of Whom Died

Jury Finds Man Guilty of Murder For Fatally Shooting Two Men, One of Whom Died

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Devon Temple faces a maximum of 53 years in prison,…

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Residents Pray for Dying Man after He is Shot, Killer Sentenced to 65 Years

Residents Pray for Dying Man after He is Shot, Killer Sentenced to 65 Years

A red sweatshirt and the handgun was recovered near the murder scene.

Jerrod Battle has been sentenced to 65 years in prison…

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Serial Child Molester Sentenced to 125 Years in Prison

Serial Child Molester Sentenced to 125 Years in Prison

Griffin stayed at the home and was considered a father figure for the victim and her two sisters.

Michael Griffin has been sentenced to 125 years in prison…

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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.