Based on Judge Williams' ruling, prosecutors failed to prove that Rice acted negligently and knew of the risks associated with not securing Gray's seatbelt during his arrest on April 12, 2015.
It’s been one year since Baltimore lost Freddie Gray at the hands of police. The 25-year-old, who suffered a severe spinal injury while being transported in a police van, died one week after his April 2015 arrest. The city was left in a state of chaos. But in the wake of pain was an agenda to heal. […]
The motion was filed last Thursday (March 31) at the Baltimore City Circuit Court to have Garrett Miller testify at Nero's trial, which will begin May 10.
Indecline managed to spread awareness in a big way when they gave police brutality victims a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Maryland Appeals Court orders Baltimore Officer William Porter to testify against fellow police officers involved in the Freddie Gray case. The prosecutor argues that Porter is an invaluable witness in the state's case.
The highest court in the state of Maryland ordered Thursday that the trials for officers involved in the Freddie Gray case be delayed after agreeing to hear appeals from five of the six officers in the matter.
Arguing that it would delay the upcoming trials of three other officers, Baltimore judge Barry Williams on Wednesday ruled that prosecutors cannot compel William Porter to testify at their trials, according to The Associated Press.