Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

Man Faces 90 Years for Role in Brutal Triple Shooting and Murder

Man Faces 90 Years for Role in Brutal Triple Shooting and Murder

Laser Womack faces 90 years in prison after being convicted of second-degree murder...

Laser Womack faces 90 years in prison after being convicted…

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Coverdale Found Guilty After Murdering Victim with Hammer & Setting the Body Ablaze

Coverdale Found Guilty After Murdering Victim with Hammer & Setting the Body Ablaze

Lawrence Coverdale was found guilty of the following charges....

Lawrence Coverdale was found guilty of the following charges....

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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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James Berry was Sentenced to Two Life Sentences Plus 110 Years for Murder

James Berry was Sentenced to Two Life Sentences Plus 110 Years for Murder

James Berry was sentenced to two life sentences plus 110 years...

James Berry was sentenced to two life sentences plus 110…

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Stop Serial Rapists and Child Molesters- Pass HB218/SB235

Stop Serial Rapists and Child Molesters- Pass HB218/SB235

Sign the petition today

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