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Report: Baltimore Police "Stopped Noticing Crime" as Murder Rate Rose

July 12, 2018
In the weeks after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray — who fell into a coma after being transported in a police van, handcuffed but not seat-belted — the number of "on-view" incidents and street contacts reported by police plummeted.

Federal Court Bars Baltimore Officers from Suing State's Attorney Mosby

May 8, 2018
Monday’s ruling by the federal appeals court overturned a January 2017 decision by U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis, who ruled at the time that charges including malicious prosecution, defamation and invasion of privacy could move forward against Mosby and Assistant Baltimore City Sheriff Samuel Cogen, who wrote the statement of probable cause in the case.

Mosby Argues for Immunity Against Lawsuit by Officers Prosecuted for Freddie Gray Death

December 8, 2017
Arguments on the lawsuit are being heard before the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond. Mosby is asking the court to overturn a judge’s decision to allow parts of the officers’ lawsuit against her to go to trial.

Baltimore Lt. Cleared of All Administrative Charges in Freddie Gray Case

November 17, 2017
Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice was acquitted on administrative charges that he neglected police procedures during the arrest of Freddibale Gray.

Baltimore Police Van Driver Not Guilty on All 21 Administrative Charges in Freddie Gray Case

November 7, 2017
Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. was found not guilty on all administrative charges in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray Tuesday.

2 Baltimore Officers Accept Discipline in Freddie Gray Case

October 10, 2017
Two Baltimore police officers have accepted "minor disciplinary action" for their involvement in the 2015 arrest of Freddie Gray rather than argue their cases before departmental trial boards, as they had been scheduled to do, a police union attorney confirmed Tuesday.

No Federal Charges Against Officers in Freddie Gray Death, Says Report

September 12, 2017
Federal prosecutors will not charge any of the Baltimore officers involved with the death of Freddie Gray, according to a report.

Baltimore Businesses Destroyed During Riots Sue City Officials for Failing to Prevent Violence

June 22, 2017
Dozens of Baltimore business owners are suing city officials, including the police department and former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, saying they mishandled the city's response to the rioting in 2015.

5 Baltimore Officers Facing Discipline Over Freddie Gray Incident, 3 Could be Fired

May 22, 2017
The three who face firing are Officer Caesar Goodson, who was driving the van where an autopsy determined Gray suffered fatal injuries; Lt. Brian Rice and Sgt. Alicia White, according to sources with knowledge of the case.

Freddie Gray Case: Judge Allows Malicious Prosecution Lawsuit Against Mosby to Proceed

January 6, 2017
A federal judge is allowing key parts of a lawsuit against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, brought by five of the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, to move forward.

Federal Lawmakers Call for Update on Baltimore Consent Decree Talks

November 22, 2016
Six members of Maryland's congressional delegation on Tuesday asked the U.S. Justice Department for an update on the status of its negotiations with Baltimore to address unconstitutional policing, citing "growing concern from the community" about the possibility of further delay.

Maryland States Attorney May Lose Immunity in Baltimore Officers' Lawsuit

October 19, 2016
Where Mosby could face problems is in her unusual role as an investigator in Freddie Gray’s death, and that could strip her of her immunity against the lawsuit. More Here.

Video: Maryland States Attorney May Lose Immunity in Baltimore Officers' Lawsuit

October 19, 2016
Where Mosby could face problems is in her unusual role as an investigator in Freddie Gray’s death, and that could strip her of her immunity against the lawsuit.

2 Officers Cleared in Freddie Gray Case to Receive Back Pay

August 23, 2016
Sgt. Alicia White and Officer William Porter will receive $96,855 and $70,523 respectively. They were suspended without pay after being charged with felony manslaughter in the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray.

Baltimore Lieutenant Cleared in Freddie Gray Case to Receive $127K in Back Pay

August 11, 2016
Baltimore police Lt. Brian S. Rice, who was acquitted of manslaughter, misconduct and other charges in the death of Freddie Gray, is set to receive about $127,000 in back pay.

Second Prosecutor in Freddie Gray Cases Leaves Baltimore State's Attorney's Office

August 5, 2016
Another prosecutor who was set to try two of the remaining officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray has left the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office.

Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Calls Mosby "Incompetent" and "Vindictive"

July 28, 2016
The former police commissioner in charge when Freddie Gray died in custody said State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby is "in over her head" and has added more flaws to a broken justice system by prosecuting innocent officers.

Baltimore Prosecutor Blames Police for Freddie Gray Case Failures

July 28, 2016
Mosby struck a defiant tone. Standing at the intersection where police arrested Gray in April 2015 she railed against police officers whom she accused of kneecapping her office's investigation.

Charges Dropped Against All Officers in Freddie Gray Case

July 27, 2016
Prosecutors dropped all remaining charges against three Baltimore police officers accused in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in a downtown courtroom on Wednesday morning, concluding one of the most high-profile criminal cases in Baltimore history.

Despite Acquittals, Prosecution Expected to Continue Freddie Gray Trials of Officers

July 19, 2016
Even though a judge acquitted a third Baltimore officer of charges stemming from the in-custody death of Freddie Gray Monday, prosecutors seem to be willing to try the remaining three cases amid mounting pressure to call it quits.
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