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A 25-year-old man has been sentenced to 55 years in prison in a fatal shooting.The Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office said Phillip Mason for the murder of Trevar Gilliam. A jury found Mason guilty of second-degree murder and prohibited possession of a regulated firearm in June 2015. Read more

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby launched a program at Franklin Square Elementary School on Wednesday to introduce fourth-graders to the criminal justice field. Read more

A 28-year-old Cherry Hill man was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences plus 50 years for his role in a 2013 ambush that left a 1-year-old boy dead. Read More

Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby on Sunday addressed the city's historic spike in homicides in an interview on WBAL-TV. Read More

Almost a year has passed since Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby was sworn into office. Read More

When it came time to bring to justice the men accused of killing his 1-year-old son, Rashaw Scott wanted nothing to do with the court proceedings. Read More

The foundation of the criminal justice system is built around trust. And in today's harsh reality, citizens in Baltimore City typically do not trust prosecutors or police. Read More

Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby called the Baltimore Sun's article stating she "derailed" a program to analyze Baltimore homicides "misguided" and she criticized the researcher for suggesting she has not been cooperating with the Baltimore City Police Department. Read More

Kevin Starnes struggled in his youth and at one point became homeless and didn't even have enough money for light rail fare. He once got on without a ticket and was given a citation, which he didn't pay. He faced other unrelated charges, and two years later there was a warrant out for his arrest. Read More

A Baltimore jury has convicted Prince Rogers in the murder of a tow-truck driver in the city's Upton neighborhood, the state's attorney's office said. Read More