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We believe that the community deserves access to information about case referrals, outcomes, and performance indicators. The State’s Attorney’s Office is accountable to all who live in Montgomery County and fairness is paramount. We hope this data dashboard leads to a more widespread understanding of the criminal justice system.
The State’s Attorney’s Office reviews felony and serious misdemeanor cases to determine whether they should be handled in the Circuit Court or kept in the District Court. This section presents data on all cases filed in Circuit Court.
This section presents data on all cases prosecuted by the State’s Attorney’s Office that have reached a final resolution. Cases can be resolved in a variety of ways, including by conviction, dismissal, acquittal, or another disposition.
The prosecutor and defense attorney on the case provide recommendations to the judge, who decides on the ultimate sentence. This section presents information on sentencing by the most severe sentence imposed on the case.
This section presents information on defendant characteristics, including race, ethnicity, age, and gender.
This section presents information about victimization, victim characteristics, and the State’s Attorney’s Office engagement with victims, witnesses, and the general community.
A set of indicators that help the State’s Attorney’s Office ensure they maximize government resource.
A set of indicators that help the State’s Attorney’s Office ensure they address racial and ethnic disparities in the criminal justice system - whether they stem from victim or defendant identity.
A set of indicators that help the State’s Attorney’s Office ensure they enhance community safety.