A conviction for mortgage fraud has been handed down to Marilyn Mosby, who serves as the state's attorney.

 Mosby admitted to providing false information on loan applications to purchase two vacation homes in Florida.

With Mosby being found not guilty of a second charge of mortgage fraud, the jury reached a verdict that was split down the middle.

Mosby was found guilty of two charges of perjury in November, including false statements about financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

When it comes to each of the charges that have been brought against Mosby, the maximum possible sentence is five years in prison.

 Mosby is subject to a maximum sentenceThe trial was moved from Baltimore to Greenbelt, Maryland due to potential juror bias from media coverage. of five years for each charge.

The trial was moved from Baltimore to Greenbelt, Maryland due to potential juror bias from media coverage.

The trial was moved from Baltimore to Greenbelt, Maryland due to potential juror bias from media coverage.

 Mosby claimed she did not deliberately provide inaccurate information and affixed her signature to the loan applications with sincere belief in their accuracy.