Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

Baltimore Joins National Effort to Bring Transparency to Use of Force Investigations

Baltimore Joins National Effort to Bring Transparency to Use of Force Investigations

Use of Force Investigations now hosted on SAO homepage (scroll below)

For Immediate Release 3/17/2017 State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is one…

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Parking Space Dispute Ends in Grisly Double Homicide, Judge Orders Life Without Parole

Parking Space Dispute Ends in Grisly Double Homicide, Judge Orders Life Without Parole

Parking Space Dispute Ends in Grisly Double Homicide

For Immediate Release 3/29/2017 North Baltimore—Dennis Padgett was sentenced to…

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Baltimore City Corrections Officer Indicted for Allegedly Assaulting Inmate

Baltimore City Corrections Officer Indicted for Allegedly Assaulting Inmate

Baltimore City Corrections Officer Indicted for Allegedly Assaulting Inmate

For Immediate Release 5/1/2017 Sergeant Chance Hellum, a correctional officer…

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Child Molester Convicted Solely on Witness Testimony, Faces 95 Years

Child Molester Convicted Solely on Witness Testimony, Faces 95 Years

Child Molester Convicted Solely on Witness Testimony, Faces 95 Years

For Immediate Release 4/27/2017 South Baltimore— Kenneth Bryant was convicted…

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Public Enemy #1 Gets 100 Years for Her Attempt to Kill Two Women

Public Enemy #1 Gets 100 Years for Her Attempt to Kill Two Women

Marion Daughton was sentenced to 100 years this week. She was dubbed Public Enemy #1 by Baltimore Police in September of 2016

East Baltimore—Marion Daughton was sentenced to 100 years this week.…

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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.