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Baltimore Officers File Suit Against Mosby Over Freddie Gray Prosecutions

May 25, 2016
Two officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray are suing Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby for defamation and invasion of privacy, court records show.

Baltimore Prosecutor Under Fire for Losing Freddie Gray Cases

May 24, 2016
With two trials and no convictions in the trials of Baltimore officers involved in the Freddie Gray case, critics say that the prosecution may have moved too fast in bringing charges against the officers involved.

Baltimore Officer Found Not Guilty of All Freddie Gray Charges

May 23, 2016
Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams on Monday acquitted Officer Edward Nero of all counts stemming from the arrest and subsequent in-custody death of Freddie Gray.

Trial Begins for Second Baltimore Police Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case

May 12, 2016
Prosecutor Michael Schatzow alleged in his opening statement that Baltimore police officer Edward M. Nero ignored department regulations and police training in the arrest and detention of Freddie Gray, as Nero's trial began Thursday.

Prosecutors to Argue Baltimore Officer Committed Assault by Arresting Freddie Gray

May 10, 2016
The allegation could have widespread implications for policing in Baltimore and Maryland. Hundreds of detainees in the city are released every year after being arrested without being charged.

Baltimore Officer Shoots Suspect in Attempted 'Suicide by Cop'

May 2, 2016
A young Baltimore police officer followed his training when he shot through the window of his patrol car at a suspect who was pointing a gun at him Sunday morning in what is now believed to be an attempted suicide by cop incident, said the police commissioner.

Video: Suspect Who Threatened to Blow Up Baltimore TV Station in Custody

April 28, 2016
A 25-year-old man who threatened to blow up a Baltimore Fox TV station Thursday and then was shot by police did not have a bomb, but a device that was chocolate bars held together by wires, according to the Baltimore Police Department.

Suspect Who Threatened to Blow Up Baltimore TV Station in Custody

April 28, 2016
A 25-year-old man who threatened to blow up a Baltimore Fox TV station Thursday and then was shot by police did not have a bomb, but a device that was chocolate bars held together by wires, according to the Baltimore Police Department. More Here.

Baltimore Officer Shoots Teen Holding Replica Handgun

April 28, 2016
A Baltimore police officer shot a teen who was carrying a fake handgun Wednesday afternoon following a brief foot chas, authorities said. The teen's injuries aren't considered life-threatening.

6 Arrested in Freddie Gray Riots Sue Baltimore PD

April 21, 2016
Six men arrested during the unrest prompted by Freddie Gray's death in police custody sued the Baltimore Police Department, the state and more than a dozen officers Tuesday, alleging that they were beaten, abused and deprived of their constitutionally protected right to protest.

Baltimore Officers Read Miranda Rights After Fatally Shooting 2 Men Carrying Guns

April 4, 2016
A police union attorney says the Baltimore officers who fatally shot two armed men last week were videotaped being read their Miranda rights after declining to give statements.

Trials in Freddie Gray Case to Resume in May

March 16, 2016
The trials of the six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray are poised to resume in May, following the one-year anniversary of the 25-year-old's death from injuries sustained in police custody.

$11.6 million Baltimore Police Body Camera Program Launches May 1

March 11, 2016
A year after the death of Freddie Gray, 500 Baltimore police officers will begin wearing body cameras full time on May 1, with the rest of the force to follow by 2018.

Officer Must Testify Against Colleagues in Freddie Gray Case

March 8, 2016
A Baltimore police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray must testify against his colleagues while he awaits a retrial, Maryland's highest court ruled Tuesday.

Baltimore Chief Wants Mandatory Jail Time for Suspects Carrying Illegal Guns

February 22, 2016
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis wants the General Assembly to pass legislation requiring that people who are caught with a loaded handgun be locked up for at least a year.

Maryland Appeals Court Halts Officer Trials in Freddie Gray Case Pending Review

February 19, 2016
In a rare move, Maryland's highest court agreed Thursday to halt trial proceedings against the Baltimore police officers charged in the Freddie Gray case, taking up competing appeals on whether Officer William G. Porter can be compelled to testify against his five fellow defendants.

Black Lives Matter Activist Running for Mayor of Baltimore

February 4, 2016
Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson filed to run for mayor of Baltimore on Wednesday night, joining a crowded Democratic primary race hours ahead of the registration deadline.

Report Slams Maryland for "Confused" Baltimore Riot Response

February 2, 2016
At times during the unrest, officials helping to lead the state's response from inside the State Emergency Operations Center were receiving so little information from official channels that they were relying instead on misleading television coverage from national media that skewed the situation on the ground.

Judge Rejects Prosecutor's Attempt to Delay Trials of 3 Officers in Freddie Gray Case

January 21, 2016
Judge Barry G. Williams questioned prosecutors' motives for asking him last week to compel Officer William G. Porter to testify against all five of his fellow officers who are facing trial. Until then, they had said Porter was a witness against only two officers.

Jury in Baltimore Officer's Trial Was One Vote From Acquittal on Most Serious Charge

January 15, 2016
The jury in the trial of Baltimore Police Officer William G. Porter was one vote from acquitting him of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Freddie Gray, the most serious charge he faced.
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