Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby about to get hers?

Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore State’s Attorney, has a bad day in court it seems. The judge has not seen things her way at all. Mosby put 6 police officers on trial in an attempt to railroad them over the Freddy Gray incident. It was a rush to prosecution that was not based on facts but upon political expediency. She now faces a civil lawsuit from the officers. They get their day in court.

As Written By S. Noble for the Independent Sentinel:

The Freddie Gray cops won again in a lawsuit against Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. Ms. Mosby put six police officers on trial without the evidence to back up the charges. At first, critics said she over-charged the officers, but, in the end, the judge found there was no evidence to back up the charges.

A federal judge in Maryland has allowed a “malicious prosecution” case against Ms. Mosby to go forward because she acted as an independent prosecutor in the Freddie Gray case, the Baltimore Sun reported.

The officers are suing for malicious prosecution, invasion of privacy, false arrest, defamation, and civil rights violations. Those key charges will go forward.

Judge Marvin Garbis denied Mosby’s motion for a stay of all discovery in the case. That means Mosby may have to turn over evidence, including internal emails, to the plaintiffs.

Much of the judge’s ruling rests on the fact that the plaintiffs also sued Major Samuel Cogen of the Sheriff’s Department, who signed off on the charges Mosby’s office prepared.

Garbis ruled: “The discovery contemplated in the instant case is not ‘unnecessary,’ nor would it cause irreparable injury, because almost all of the same claims have been asserted against Cogen, who has not appealed.”

Usually prosecutors are immune from lawsuits. but not if they act ……

THERE IS MORE KEEP READING:

Judge Rules for Freddie Gray Cops, Malicious Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby Faces a Civil Trial

 

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