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Public Safety Town Hall Planned with Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby

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A Baltimore nonprofit has organized a community town hall for next Tuesday with two of the city’s top public safety officials to try to alleviate residents’ concerns about crime.

Marilyn Mosby Says Seven Cops’ Indictments Affect More than 200 Cases; Public Defender Estimates Tally “in the Thousands”

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City prosecutors, public defenders and private attorneys have all been preoccupied since federal authorities indicted seven Baltimore police officers on federal racketeering charges last month. At a press conference this morning, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby revealed her office has identified more than 50 active cases and over 150 closed and adjudicated cases affected by the indictments.

City Prosecutors to Begin Explaining Decisions Not to Charge Police for Use of Force

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Prosecutors in Baltimore have made a move that should please advocates of increased transparency in investigations of cases involving use of force by police officers.

Marilyn Mosby Has Her First Challenger for Re-Election in 2018

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A Baltimore-based lawyer who previously served a prosecutor in New York said he plans to challenge Marilyn Mosby for her spot as state’s attorney for Baltimore City in the Democratic primary next year.

UMD Law Clinic, City Agencies Create ‘Second Chance’ Program to Remove Failure to Appear Charges

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UMD Law professor Doug Colbert speaks at a conference, Courtesy Baltimore SAO/Twitter

Picture this: A Baltimore police officer stops a man on the street to ask him if he’s seen or knows anything that can police to solve a case. But instead of speaking with the officer, the man runs away.

“I’ve had someone run from me or flee in a car, only to discover that he was running because he didn’t want to face the FTA warrant we had,” Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said today.

Top Stories This Week: Lauraville’s Emerging Arts District, Former Pratt Library Repurposed, Roland Avenue Mansion for Sale

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Ed Gunts’ Urban Landscape column featuring development in Lauraville’s arts district was our top-read story on the site this week. In addition to other news in Baltimore-area real estate and design, his Monday story covers a pair of construction projects on Harford Road in the neighborhood that will house apartments, studios and work spaces for area creatives.

Here were our other most popular posts from Nov. 5-11.

Marilyn Mosby Tweets, Then Deletes Pic from Ballot Box

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Screenshot from Justin Fenton/The Baltimore Sun
Screenshot from Justin Fenton/The Baltimore Sun

It looks like Baltimore’s top prosecutor didn’t heed our advice from earlier this morning on the rules for ballot selfies in Maryland.

Mosby Says Alleged Child Porn Sharing By Now Ex-Juvenile Prosecutor ‘Disheartening’

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Courtesy Baltimore County Police
Courtesy Baltimore County Police

Police yesterday arrested a city prosecutor who specializes in handling juvenile cases after they say he distributed child porn on the internet. His boss, Marilyn Mosby, was quick to cut him loose from her staff.

Mosby Asks for Reforms for Investigating and Prosecuting Police Misconduct

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Courtesy Baltimore SAO
Courtesy Baltimore SAO

Baltimore’s top prosecutor wants her office to have considerably more power when it comes to enforcing the law and prosecuting cases of police misconduct.

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