Budgets and Budgeting

The State of the State's Attorney Race

The State of the State's Attorney Race

Marilyn Mosby's campaign office is in a seemingly otherwise vacant building at the corner of Eutaw Place and North Avenue. In the basement, past several workers making signs, back next to what looks like an abandoned commercial juice bar, she sits in a barren office firing off insults at her former boss, Baltimore City State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein—and the $11 million he spent getting spiffy new offices at the Sun Trust building.

"Victim-witness services needs to be the top priority," Mosby says, sitting in a hard chair near a small table with a laptop on it. "And it's not. His top priority was getting this office space."