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Daily Local- Of Baltimore’s ability to create change from civil disobedience for systematic criminal justice reform, Bella said demonstrating great strength, leadership and courage, Marilyn Mosby, the newly-elected State’s Attorney for Baltimore, Maryland, sought to bring the officers responsible for the death of Freddie Gray to justice. “She would risk her personal safety, career and reputation to do something so few have done before — seek justice to prove that Black Lives Matter,” Bella said. Read More

 Washington Informer- “We all share a bond that is unlike any other,” Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Thursday, April 22. “We battle for one another and we are always willing to battle for our community.” Read More

NBC's Peacock- State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and retired NYPD officer Marq Claxton join Zerlina Maxwell to discuss what we learned after Brown’s family was shown a 20 second clip of police body cam footage, and why the lack of transparency will fuel distrust between the community and law enforcement. Read More

Baltimore Sun- Jurors are returning this week to courtrooms across Maryland for the first time in five months, and judges are beginning to chip away at the backlog of thousands of felony cases that piled up during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

 umaryland.edu- He was asked about Marilyn Mosby, the city state’s attorney, and her recent decision not to prosecute arrests for drug possession. “I think State’s Attorney Mosby is trying to get us to distinguish between people who are hooked on drugs and those who are hooked on drug money, because the sellers are still a serious problem for our whole community,” he said. “And that’s where her attention is at this point.” Read More

Carroll County Times- Perhaps the police officers who spoke up about Chauvin’s inappropriate behavior have set a new example. “That does not happen every day,” says Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. “The fact that these police serve as witnesses against their fellow officer allows for other police officers to say, ‘I can do the right thing.’” Read more

 Fox Baltimore - Braxton is the latest prisoner to be reviewed by Mosby's Sentencing Review Unit (SRU), which considers releasing inmates who are at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19 and who are older than 60 and spent more than 25 years in jail on a life sentence, or spent more than 25 years for a crime committed as a juvenile. Read More

Baltimore Sun- I only wish more prosecutors would look at Ms. Mosby’s results and try something similar in their jurisdictions. In Baltimore, crime went down, the jail population went down and so did reoffending. Prosecutors are supposed to follow evidence when making their decisions. They should do so. Read More

 Baltimore Sun- During his decades behind bars for murder, Donald Braxton kept busy. He earned his GED, associate’s degree, and 74 credits from Coppin State University. He mentored other inmates and troubled teens who visited prison. He joined Narcotics Anonymous and wrote for the prison newsletter. Read More

Fox Baltimore- Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's office has indicted a 20-year-old man in a February homicide in Highlandtown, as well as a carjacking in Baltimore City and a robbery in Baltimore County. Read More