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5 Former New Orleans Officers Plead Guilty to Charges from Katrina Shootings

April 21, 2016
The five former NOPD officers accused of shooting unarmed men following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 pleaded guilty at their re-arraignment hearing, Wednesday.

DA Recommends No Prison Time for Former NYPD Officer Convicted of Manslaughter in Stairwell Shooting

March 24, 2016
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson on Wednesday recommended that former NYPD Officer Peter Liang not be sentenced to prison for the fatal shooting of an unarmed man 16 months ago.

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.

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.

Minnesota Deputy Pleads Guilty to Beating K-9 Partner

January 14, 2016
The deputy was placed on administrative leave after the incident, which occurred on June 15 at Black Bear Casino and Resort, where he was staying with other sheriff's deputies for K9 certification trials.

Appeal in Baltimore Officer's Murder Trial to be Heard in March

January 12, 2016
A Maryland appeals court on Tuesday set March 4 for arguments over whether a Baltimore police officer charged in the death of a black detainee must testify against a colleague accused of murder in the same case.

Trial of Baltimore Officer in Freddie Gray Case Postponed by Appeals Court

January 11, 2016
Maryland's second-highest court on Monday intervened and postponed the trial of a Baltimore Police officer in the death of Freddie Gray, potentially delaying the trials of all the officers charged in the case for months.

Judge Rules Porter Must Testify in Trial of Other Baltimore Officers Charged in Freddie Gray Case

January 7, 2016
Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams denied a motion by Officer William Porter's attorneys to quash a subpoena for him to appear at the trial of fellow Officer Caesar Goodson trial, the second of six Baltimore police officers to face trial in the death of Freddie Gray.

Former S.C. Officer Who Fatally Shot Walter Scott Released From Jail

January 5, 2016
A former police officer who is charged with fatally shooting an unarmed man in North Charleston, S.C., has been released from jail and put on house arrest until his trial.

No Charges for Cleveland Officers in Tamir Rice Case

December 28, 2015
An Ohio grand jury has decided not to return an indictment in the 2014 police shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.

Retrial of Baltimore Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case Set for June

December 21, 2015
Baltimore Police Officer William G. Porter will not be retried until June for his alleged role in the death of Freddie Gray, creating a problem for prosecutors who had hoped to call him as a witness at the upcoming trial of another officer charged in the case.

Baltimore Calm Overnight After Freddie Gray Mistrial

December 17, 2015
The streets of Baltimore were calm overnight after the Wednesday announcement of a mistrial in the trial of police officer William Porter.

Jury Deadlocked in Trial of Officer Over Freddie Gray Case

December 15, 2015
Jurors in the trial of Baltimore police Officer William Porter reported Tuesday afternoon that they were deadlocked—but Judge Barry Williams sent them back to continue deliberating.

Louisiana Marshals Indicted in Shooting Death of 6-Year-Old Boy

December 11, 2015
A Louisiana grand jury indicted two deputy marshals on murder charges Thursday in connection with the shooting death of a 6-year-old autistic boy and the wounding of his father.

Prosecution Rests, Defense Loses Dismissal Motion in Trial of Officer Over Freddie Gray Death

December 8, 2015
The defense request came after the state rested its case Tuesday morning, after calling about 15 witnesses over the course of less than five days. Jurors were sent home for the day, and the defense's presentation will begin Wednesday morning.

Chicago Police Commander Faces Trial for Putting Gun in Suspect's Mouth

December 8, 2015
A Chicago police commander who had been praised for his crime fighting in some of the city's roughest neighborhoods will go on trial on Tuesday on charges that he put a gun in a suspect's mouth.

Chicago Chief Fired in Wake of McDonald Shooting Protests

December 1, 2015
Emanuel said he and McCarthy began discussing the future of the police department on Sunday. "This morning, I formally asked for his resignation," Emanuel said at a City Hall news conference where he appointed a task force to look at police accountability.

Judge sets $1.5 million Bail for Chicago Officer in Murder Trial

November 30, 2015
A Chicago police officer facing first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teen last year was released from county jail Monday evening, hours after a judge set bond at $1.5 million.

Jury Selection for First Officer's Trial in Freddie Gray Case Punctuated by Protests

November 30, 2015
A small group of protesters gathered outside the Baltimore courthouse on Monday morning as jury selection began in the trial of one of the six Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray.

Ex-L.A. County Sheriff's Deputies Sentenced to Prison for Beating of Jail Visitor

November 30, 2015
Two former Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were sentenced to prison Monday for their roles in the beating of a handcuffed jail visitor and a scheme to cover up the assault.
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