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New Date Set In Mistrial of First Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case

Officer William Porter, whose first trial ended in a hung jury, will be retried in June.

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Prosecution and Defense Lay Out Strategies in Porter Trial

Prosecutors allege William Porter “criminally negligent” in ignoring Freddie Gray’s pleas for help.

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Peaceful Protests Outside Courthouse as Jury Selection Begins in Freddie Gray Case

A small but vocal group of demonstrators expressed concern about criminal justice issues in Baltimore and elsewhere.

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First Freddie Gray Trial Starts Monday: What You Need to Know

Jury selection begins; courthouse demonstrations expected downtown.

Outside World

Former Episcopal Bishop Sentenced to Seven Years in Death of Bicyclist

Second-ranking Diocese of Maryland leader killed popular cyclist two days after Christmas.

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Freddie Gray Trials: Motions to Suppress Police Officers’ Statements Denied

City Circuit Court judge also issues gag order in cases.

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Former Episcopal Bishop Pleads Guilty to Vehicular Manslaughter, DWI, Leaving Scene & Texting While Driving

Bicyclist was killed two days after Christmas.

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