BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The attorney general for Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby doubled down on saying that the prosecution in her federal indictment was hostile and that the case should be dropped.
In one answer omnibus filed Friday, Mosby’s defense said if the federal government does not dismiss the case, a prosecutor, in particular, will be disqualified from prosecution.
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Mosby has maintained her innocence and insists she is the target of Assistant US Attorney Leo Wise – who donated to top Mosby challengers in the 2018 election cycle – and former Law American professor Stephen Schenning.
In Friday’s filing, Mosby’s defense called for Wise to be removed from the lawsuit if it wasn’t removed, and her team also called for ________
Mosby’s attorneys described the case as “the culmination of a protracted crusade to destroy the political career of a young, progressive, black elected official, led by a prosecutor.” member has repeatedly made financial contributions to the campaigns of her political opponents. . ”
Prosecutors mocked the idea that the indictment was personal and vengeful in nature.
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Federal prosecutors earlier this month said Mosby’s defense was “futile” and her arguments were “confusing,” but Mosby’s attorneys said Friday that she had satisfied with its burden of proof to demonstrate the “resistance capacity of the due process”.
Friday’s filing also shows that the fact that the prosecution team did not explicitly meet Mosby to discuss any alleged misconduct reinforces the existence of hostility toward her. that.
In addition to asking Wise to be dropped from the case if it continues, Mosby has requested a “detailed fact sheet” from the prosecution detailing exactly how Mosby lied in mortgage applications and said lie to withdraw money from her retirement account, among other things.
A grand jury indicted Mosby in January on four counts including perjury and perjury. Federal prosecutors accused her of lying about suffering COVID-19 hardship to withdraw money without penalty from her retirement account and of falsifying information on a vacation home loan application. Florida.
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In an alternative indictment filed earlier this month, federal prosecutors added new details to an allegation that she lied in loan applications to purchase two vacation homes in Florida.
https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2022/03/25/mosby-doubles-down-on-defense-in-support-of-her-motion-to-dismiss/ Mosby doubles against defense in favor of her action to eliminate – CBS Baltimore