BALTIMORE (AP) – After lawyers for former top Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby asked her to stop representing them in her ongoing perjury and mortgage fraud case, federal prosecutors filed a motion Saturday opposing the request.
He said the judge required five of Mosby’s six defense attorneys to remain on the case, which is set for trial in Baltimore on March 27, because the mass exodus would delay the proceedings even further.
The trial date has already been pushed back several times.
Mosby’s entire defense team tried to quit last week after a series of recent rulings created significant hurdles for him, including the possibility of criminal contempt charges against his lead attorney, A. Scott Bolden. Was also involved.