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Prosecution's Case Against Freddie Gray Officers Falling Apart After Goodson Acquittal

June 23, 2016
With two Baltimore officers now acquitted in the death of Freddie Gray, including Officer Caesar Goodson, the only one charged with murder, state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby faces the difficult choice of whether to proceed with four more trials.

Baltimore Officer who Drove Prisoner Van Found Not Guilty in Freddie Gray Death

June 23, 2016
The Baltimore Police officer who drove the van in the Freddie Gray case was found not guilty on all charges this morning in a bench trial presided over by Judge Barry Williams.

Defense Rests in Baltimore Officer Goodson's Trial in Freddie Gray Case

June 17, 2016
Testimony concluded Friday in the trial of Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. over the death of Freddie Gray, with the officer opting not to take the stand and the judge scheduling closing arguments for Monday.

Baltimore Officials, Verizon Search for Reason 911 System Failed Tuesday

June 16, 2016
City officials quickly decided to use the 311 call center as an alternative but debated for at least a half hour how to let the public know about the problems.

Medical Examiner Intended to Rule Freddie Gray Death an Accident, Officer Goodson Trial Reveals

June 16, 2016
Evidence disclosed for the first time Wednesday in the trial of Baltimore Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., the van driver charged with second-degree murder in the death of Freddie Gray, suggests that the doctor performing Gray's autopsy at one point intended to rule his death an accident.

Baltimore Officer Goodson's Trial Continues in Freddie Gray Case

June 14, 2016
he trial of Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., the van driver accused of second-degree murder in the death of Freddie Gray, resumed Tuesday morning with continued testimony from a string of witnesses.

Baltimore Prosecutor Facing Total Collapse of Freddie Gray Cases if Driver Acquitted

June 13, 2016
“The whole point is they put him in the back of a paddy wagon and they roughed him up and that’s why he died. If you can’t even prove causation for the basic theory of the case for the driver of the vehicle and the injury then how can you prove all these ancillary officers did something wrong?”

Video: Judge Blasts Prosecutors as New Freddie Gray Trial Begins

June 10, 2016
In a hearing before Officer Caesar Goodson's trial in the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams admonished the state and determined that they violated discovery rules, but he ruled that opening statements could still begin Thursday.

Judge Blasts Prosecutors as New Freddie Gray Trial Begins

June 10, 2016
In a hearing before Officer Caesar Goodson's trial in the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams admonished the state and determined that they violated discovery rules, but he ruled that opening statements could still begin Thursday. More Here.

Another Baltimore Officer Accused in Freddie Gray Case Sues Marilyn Mosby

June 8, 2016
A Baltimore police officer charged in the Freddie Gray case has filed a federal lawsuit against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, alleging false arrest, false imprisonment, and defamation, among other counts, according to federal court documents.

Baltimore Officer Facing Most Serious Charges in Freddie Gray Case Chooses Bench Trial

June 6, 2016
Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., the driver of the van in which Freddie Gray reportedly suffered a fatal spinal cord injury, will proceed to trial Thursday before a judge, rather than a jury.

Baltimore Police Rolling Out Redesigned Transport Vans

May 31, 2016
The Baltimore Police Department is rolling out a fleet of 10 new transport vans and retrofitting 13 others with a redesigned interior and multiple cameras to improve and record the care of detainees in police custody.

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.

Maryland Governor Signs Bill to Overhaul State's Criminal Justice System

May 19, 2016
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed legislation Thursday aimed at reducing the state prison population by more than 1,000 inmates while plowing millions of dollars into crime prevention.

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.

1 Dead, 1 Injured in Shooting Outside Maryland School

May 5, 2016
A woman is dead and a man is injured Thursday afternoon in a shooting at a public high school in Prince George's County, MD.

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.
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