Marilyn Mosby, the Baltimore prosecutor who charged six police officers in the shooting death of Freddie Gray, says despite death threats from that case, she’s fighting new battles as she prepares to run for re-election. Three of the officers were acquitted, and the rest of the cases dismissed. Ironically, Mosby comes from a family of law enforcement; her grandfather, her mother and seven great-uncles were police officers. Her grandfather was a founder of the first black police organization in Massachusetts. Read more about challenges Mosby is facing now and in the future in this article at The Root.