Office of the State's Attorney
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Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby To Stop Prosecuting Marijuana Possession Case

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Defendant Sentenced to 60 Years for Home Invasion Turned Kidnapping

State's Attorney Mosby testifies in support of legislation that would provide prosecutors with tools to seek justice for unfairly or wrongly convicted individuals

Woman Brutally Slain for Staying Mum about Boyfriend’s Whereabouts, Defendant Sentenced to Two Consecutive Life Sentences

Mother Found Guilty of Manslaughter After Fatally Injuring Her 3-Year-Old Son

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Victim & Witness Services

The Victim & Witness Services Unit of the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City serves the victims and witnesses of all crimes that occur in Baltimore City regardless of the case status or outcome. Learn more about our services.

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Effective Prosecution of Crime

Safeguarding Baltimore Communities

The mission of the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City is to safeguard communities in Baltimore City through the effective prosecution of crime. Read to learn more about our latest convictions.

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Investing in the Community

Community Outreach

The Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City takes a holistic approach to fighting crime, keeping the community informed, investing in Baltimore’s youth before they encounter the criminal justice system and providing second-chance opportunities to first-time nonviolent offenders. Find us in a community near year.

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Public Trust and Police Integrity

Report Police Misconduct

The Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City is the only prosecutorial office in Maryland to post investigation summaries where the office has declined to charge an officer after a police-involved use of force investigation. Read the declination reports and summaries which detail the explanation and rationale for each decision.

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