After Freddie Gray, Marilyn Mosby Intends to Keep on Fighting the Good Fight

Marilyn Mosby is fighting new battles. She‚Äôs used to that. The Baltimore prosecutor‚ÄĒan African-American woman, putting her among the 1 percent of all elected prosecutors in the nation who are women of color‚ÄĒmade a name for herself by doing what shouldn‚Äôt have been considered remarkable: prosecuting six police officers‚Ķ

Baltimore Drops 43 Police Cases After Cops ‚ÄėFake‚Äô Another¬†Bodycam Video (Yes, That Makes 3)

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby has identified at least 43 cases that will be dismissed after a police officer basically admitted to faking a police video, leaving many people wondering, “Damn, are there any criminals in Baltimore, or are B-more cops out on the streets making their own episodes of The…

Lawsuit Against Marilyn Mosby Could Make Prosecutors More Fearful of Going After Abusive Cops

When a federal judge made the unusual move earlier this month to allow key parts of a lawsuit filed by five of the six police officers in the Freddie Gray case to go forward against Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby (as well as Assistant Sheriff Samuel Cogen, who wrote the statement of probable cause), the…