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Baltimore saw dramatic drop in crime after the city stopped prosecuting low-level offenses


In an effort to reduce crowding in city jails, state attorney for Baltimore Marilyn Mosby decided not to prosecute minor crimes during the pandemic. She joins American Voices with Alicia Menendez to share how her policy led to a 20% decline in violent crime and why Baltimore is now taking a more compassionate approach to drug possession.