Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

Serial Rapist Sentenced to Life Suspend All But 40 years

Serial Rapist Sentenced to Life Suspend All But 40 years

Serial Rapist Michael Privette pled guilty to three counts of first degree rape

Serial Rapist Michael Privette pled guilty to three counts of…

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Co-Defendant in 1-year-old Carter Scott’s Murder Case Sentenced to Life Plus 150 Years

Co-Defendant in 1-year-old Carter Scott’s Murder Case Sentenced to Life Plus 150 Years

The final defendant involved in the murder of one-year-old Carter Scott

The final defendant involved in the murder of one-year-old Carter…

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State’s Attorney Mosby Keynotes 2016 Drug Court Graduation Ceremony

State’s Attorney Mosby Keynotes 2016 Drug Court Graduation Ceremony

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State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby delivered the keynote address

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Violent Attack and Robbery Caught on Camera, Defendant Facing 60 Years in Prison

Violent Attack and Robbery Caught on Camera, Defendant Facing 60 Years in Prison

Brandon Jordan, 22, is facing 60 years in prison...

Brandon Jordan, 22, is facing 60 years in prison...

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Ignored Phone Calls  Lead to Brutal Assault, Man Facing 25 Years in Jail for Beating Ex-Girlfriend

Ignored Phone Calls Lead to Brutal Assault, Man Facing 25 Years in Jail for Beating Ex-Girlfriend

Paul Gant could spend the next 25 years in prison after being convicted...

Paul Gant could spend the next 25 years in prison…

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