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Five Officers Involved in Freddie Gray Case Face Internal Discipline

Goodson, Miller, Nero, Rice, and White face punishment after an internal investigation.

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​Charges Dropped Against Remaining Officers in Freddie Gray Case

City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby defends efforts to bring charges against six officers.

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Van Driver Acquitted in Freddie Gray Case

Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson found not guilty of second-degree murder, other charges.

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Nero Acquitted on All Charges in Freddie Gray Case​​

Prosecutors fail to earn a conviction in first two attempts to try officers in controversial case.

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Officer William Porter Must Testify in Freddie Gray Cases

Maryland's highest court ruled that Porter must testify against all other officers charged in case.

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​Second Trial in Freddie Gray Case Postponed Indefinitely

Appeal hearing on witness testimony of fellow police officer could delay all six trials.

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Second Police Trial in Freddie Gray Case Postponed

Key witness question remains as van driver faces second-degree murder charge.

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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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Photo Gallery: Reaction to Mistrial of William Porter in Freddie Gray Case

Activists peacefully protest outside of courthouse and City Hall on Wednesday evening.

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Protests Growing After Judge Declares Mistrial in Porter Case

Police arresting protestors and emotions rising, as politicians urge demonstrators to keep the peace.

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Hung Jury in Trial of Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case

Judge declares mistrial; attorneys due in court tomorrow to discuss a retrial date.

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Closing Arguments Over: First Trial in Freddie Gray Case Goes to Jury

No timetable on deliberation as city plans for protests.

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​Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case Takes Witness Stand

Porter says it’s ‘untrue’ he failed to protect Gray’s life while in custody.

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Bernie Sanders Visits Freddie Gray’s Sandtown Neighborhood

Presidential candidate calls for investment in urban communities, not mass incarceration.

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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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Six Questions With Maryland Law Professor About Freddie Gray Case

Douglas Colbert discusses juror selection, the prosecution’s burden, and his faith in the jury process.

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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.

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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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