Defense attorney, Baltimore residents weigh in on superseding indictment filed against Mosby
Two Way Talk conversation with defense attorney A. Dwight Pettit.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Federal prosecutors have filed a superseding indictment against Baltimore’s top prosecutor over charges that she made false statements on financial documents to take money from her retirement savings and purchase two Florida vacation homes.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office said Thursday that the changes add details that weren't in the original indictment against Marilyn Mosby.
Prosecutors said they would have no additional comment.
On Jan. 13, a grand jury indicted Mosby on two counts each of perjury and making a false statement on a loan application in purchasing a home and a condominium in Florida.
Mosby has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
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