The former lead attorney for Marilyn Mosby will not be charged with contempt of court. An attorney for A. Scott Bolden told a federal judge yesterday that his client broke the rules in September when he publicly used profanity to criticize a court delay but it did not amount to criminal contempt. Bolden told the judge that anger and frustration got the best of him but the situation has humbled him and it would never happen again. Bolden withdrew from defending the former City State’s Attorney in her federal trial, saying his own case would be a distraction. Mosby is now being represented by a federal public defender.