A federal judge sentenced former Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby to 12 months of home detention and three years of supervised release, both to be served concurrently, plus 100 hours of community service.

Mosby, 44, decided not to speak before the sentence was delivered.

U.S. District Court Judge Lydia Kay Griggsby said the defense's calculation of 12-18 months "is not appropriate in this case." She factored into her sentencing decision, speaking to Mosby, "the findings of two juries that you did something wrong ... breached a public trust ... that is very difficult to restore."

The judge said evidence has shown a pattern of dishonesty, and that there are victims, though "not in the traditional sense."... Read More: WBAL TV