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Former Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby avoided jail time on Thursday after a judge sentenced her to home detention and supervised release after she was convicted of perjury and mortgage fraud, according to local reports.

The Baltimore Sun reported that U.S. District Judge Lydia Kay Griggsby sentenced Mosby to a year of home detention and three years of supervised release, despite prosecutors seeking a sentence of 20 months in prison for the former state’s attorney.

A sentencing hearing before a federal judge for Mosby got underway Thursday after a forfeiture hearing. Mosby was previously convicted of one count of mortgage fraud after testifying that she unintentionally made false statements on loan applications to buy two Florida vacation homes.

JUDGE ORDERS FORMER BALTIMORE STATE’S ATTORNEY MARILYN MOSBY TO FORFEIT COUNDO; SENTENCING UNDERWAY

In November, Mosby was convicted of two counts of perjury by a federal jury after she falsely claimed financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to withdraw money from the city’s retirement fund.

She was also ordered on Thursday to forfeit her Florida condo.

Fox News Digital’s Timothy H.J. Nerozzi contributed to this report.

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