Whether it's court accompaniment, witness relocation assistance, help with writing victim impact statements or grief counseling, the Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City wants victims and witness of crime to know...
You're Not Alone. Together We're Stronger.
As a 14-year old, State’s Attorney Mosby developed her passion for justice after losing her 17-year old cousin to violence. It was the support from the district attorney’s office and the neighbors who came forward to testify in her cousin’s case that inspired the State’s Attorney’s passion for change. Having been a victim of crime, State’s Attorney Mosby recognizes the needs of those impacted by crime and violence. The State’s Attorney’s personal commitment is to ensure that victims and witnesses of crime receive the support they need to heal in the BCSAO’s pursuit of justice.
Surviving brother, Thomas Vaise, speaks about the impact of the victim advocates who accompanied him to court and guided him through the criminal justice process as he observed the trial of the man accused of murdering his brother, Stephen.