Marilyn Mosby, former State's Attorney for Baltimore, was convicted of one charge of mortgage fraud in two separate trials.

The jury delivered a divided verdict, with Mosby potentially facing a maximum prison sentence of 30 years. 

Mosby was acquitted of a second fraud accusation related to the purchase of a property in Kissimmee, Florida. 

In the first trial that Mosby was put through, the jury found her guilty of perjury on the basis of the same evidence.  

Mosby made false statements regarding financial detriment due to the pandemic and withdrawing funds from her municipal retirement account. 

The prosecution alleged that Mosby was deceived by claiming her former spouse would provide her with $5,000 upon the completion of purchasing a condominium in Florida. 

Mosby, a prominent Baltimore State's Attorney, lodged accusations against the police officers involved in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray, inciting widespread protests against police brutality.

Uncertainty lingers regarding Mosby's future following two consecutive federal criminal trials resulting in two convictions within a timeframe of less than four months.