Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City

Life Plus 240 years for Public Enemy No. 1 Darryl Anderson

Life Plus 240 years for Public Enemy No. 1 Darryl Anderson

Darryl Anderson was convicted of two counts of murder in the 2nd degree...

Darryl Anderson was sentenced to life plus 240 years.

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Sandtown Man Sentenced to 30 years for Murder, Victim Shot 19 Times

Sandtown Man Sentenced to 30 years for Murder, Victim Shot 19 Times

Darrell Homer pled guilty Wednesday to first-degree murder and use of a handgun...

Darrell Homer pled guilty Wednesday to first-degree murder and use…

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Life Sentence Plus 50 years for BGF Gang Executioner

Life Sentence Plus 50 years for BGF Gang Executioner

21-year-old Capone Chase a member of the violent Black Guerilla Family Gang...

21-year-old Capone Chase a member of the violent Black Guerilla…

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Violent Offender Convicted on Handgun Charges

Violent Offender Convicted on Handgun Charges

Minor faces a maximum of 18 years after being found guilty of illegally carrying a firearm...

Kevin Minor was recently convicted by a Baltimore jury of…

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Baltimore City State’s Attorney Fights for Sexual Assault Survivors in Annapolis

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Fights for Sexual Assault Survivors in Annapolis

Baltimore City State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, testified Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee

Contact Chairman Zirkin of Senate JPR to urge support.

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SAO will Host 30 Middle School Students for its Summer Jr. SA Program

SAO will Host 30 Middle School Students for its Summer Jr. SA Program

State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announcing 2015 Junior SA Program

SA Marilyn Mosby in partnership with BCPS has invited ten middle.

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  • Domestic violence programs
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