How grand jury charges against officers in Freddie Gray case compare to the original charges

The Baltimore Sun
Here's how the grand jury charged the six Baltimore police officers involved with Freddie Gray's arrest.

A Baltimore grand jury returned indictments against six Baltimore officers charged in the April death of Freddie Gray after the charges were originally announced by the office of State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby The following are the charges brought by the grand jury. In some cases, they are different compared to the charges originally sought by Mosby, as noted. Also shown are the maximum sentences the charges carry.

Caesar R. Goodson Jr.

Second-degree depraved heart murder (up to 30 years), manslaughter (up to 10 years), second-degree assault (up to 10 years), vehicular manslaughter-gross negligence (up to 10 years), vehicular manslaughter-criminal negligence (up to three years), and misconduct in office (no term listed)

Added charge: reckless endangerment (up to five years)

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William G. Porter

Manslaughter (up to 10 years), second-degree assault (up to 10 years), and misconduct in office (no term listed)

Added charge: reckless endangerment (up to five years)

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Brian W. Rice

Manslaughter (up to 10 years), second-degree assault (up to 10 years), and two counts of misconduct in office (no term listed)

Added charge: reckless endangerment (up to five years)

Removed charges: a second count of second-degree assault (up to 10 years) and false imprisonment (no term listed)

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Edward M. Nero

Second-degree assault (up to 10 years) and two counts of misconduct in office (no term listed)

Added charge: reckless endangerment (up to five years)

Removed charges: a second count of second-degree assault (up to 10 years) and false imprisonment (no term listed)

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Garrett E. Miller

Second-degree assault (up to 10 years) and two counts of misconduct in office (no term listed)

Added charge: reckless endangerment (up to five years)

Removed charges: a second count of second-degree assault (up to 10 years) and false imprisonment (no term listed)

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Alicia D. White

Manslaughter (up to 10 years), second-degree assault (up to 10 years), and misconduct in office (no term listed)

Added charge: reckless endangerment (up to five years)

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