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  • Jurors asked not to talk, documents filed under seal in Freddie Gray case

    Jurors asked not to talk, documents filed under seal in Freddie Gray case

    Judge Barry G. Williams has taken extraordinary steps to limit the information that becomes public in the criminal case against six Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, including asking jurors not to talk about the first trial even after he declared a mistrial....

  • Officer Porter case poses rare question: When is failing to act a crime?

    Officer Porter case poses rare question: When is failing to act a crime?

    The case against policeman William G. Porter deals with a question few juries have confronted: When is an officer's failure to act a crime? Prosecutors face a difficult job proving that Porter's alleged failure to look after Freddie Gray in police custody was a criminal violation, as the standards...

  • Freddie Gray judge prosecuted police misconduct for Justice Department

    Freddie Gray judge prosecuted police misconduct for Justice Department

    Before he was the judge overseeing the Freddie Gray trials, Barry G. Williams investigated and prosecuted police misconduct cases across the country for the federal government. In Missouri, he prosecuted three officers charged with beating a high school student. In Florida, he won a conviction against...

  • Freddie Gray remembered as jokester who struggled to leave drug trade

    Freddie Gray remembered as jokester who struggled to leave drug trade

    On a summer Saturday, several of Freddie Gray’s friends and neighbors — and dozens more who never knew him — gathered for a charity event to mark what would have been his 26th birthday weekend. Nearby, an artist was finishing a two-story mural featuring a larger-than-life Gray, surrounded by images...

  • Mayor, commissioner say Baltimore better prepared after addressing unrest failures

    Mayor, commissioner say Baltimore better prepared after addressing unrest failures

    The Baltimore Police Department is better prepared than ever before to handle civil disturbances, given the lessons it learned from the rioting that broke out in April, the mayor and police commissioner said Monday. "It is our goal that something like that never happens again," Mayor Stephanie...

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