Former Baltimore District Attorney Marilyn Mosby was convicted of mortgage fraud, facing potential decades in prison.
The charges stem from her withdrawal of funds from the city’s Deferred Compensation Plan, with prosecutors alleging she took advantage of the CARES Act by seeking a $40,000 withdrawal despite a salary increase.
She was found guilty of mortgage fraud related to the purchase of a luxury condo in Florida and perjury charges.
Marilyn Mosby walks out of court after she was found not guilty of the Kissimmee federal mortgage fraud but guilty of the Longboat Key charge pic.twitter.com/CtKTl3RTVJ
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Her ex-husband, Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby, was not charged despite his involvement in the financial transactions.
Mosby’s controversial policies and personal financial missteps have drawn significant attention, with the jury delivering a mixed verdict, finding her not guilty on one of the mortgage fraud charges.
Sentencing for her convictions is pending.