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  • Baltimore FOP president: 'Justice has been done' in dropping charges against police officers

    Baltimore FOP president: 'Justice has been done' in dropping charges against police officers

    Representatives for the six officers who had been charged in the Freddie Gray case defended their clients and criticized State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby during a news conference Wednesday afternoon. "Justice has been done," said Gene Ryan, president of FOP Lodge 3, which represents city police officers....

  • Larry Hogan says 'blame falls to the prosecutor' in Freddie Gray cases

    Larry Hogan says 'blame falls to the prosecutor' in Freddie Gray cases

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who had called it "a waste of time and money" to continue trials of police officers charged in connection with Freddie Gray's death, said Wednesday the failures of the cases fall at the feet of State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby. "I think most of the blame falls to the prosecutor...

  • Donald Trump: Marilyn Mosby 'should prosecute herself'

    Donald Trump: Marilyn Mosby 'should prosecute herself'

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump had a critical suggestion for State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on Wednesday: "I think she ought to prosecute herself." Trump was speaking at a press conference in Florida at the same moment Mosby appeared in West Baltimore to explain her decision to ...

  • Transcript: State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on the dropped charges

    Transcript: State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on the dropped charges

    The following is the transcript of Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby's address following the decision to drop charges against the three remaining officers charged in the Freddie Gray case: Good morning. Thank you all for being here today. Baltimore finds itself at the epicenter of...

  • Freddie Gray case charges dropped: What's next?

    Freddie Gray case charges dropped: What's next?

    Baltimore prosecutors on Wednesday dropped the remaining charges against three police officers in the Freddie Gray case. Officers Garrett Miller, William Porter and Sgt. Alicia White had pleaded not guilty to charges that included involuntary manslaughter, assault, misconduct in office and reckless...

  • Activists, police supporters unsurprised by Lt. Brian Rice acquittal

    Activists, police supporters unsurprised by Lt. Brian Rice acquittal

    As Lee Patterson waited outside the Baltimore courthouse Monday for news of the verdict in the trial of Lt. Brian Rice, the activist made a prediction. "Unfortunately, they're probably going to let him go, too," Patterson said. "Like all the rest." Soon after, word spread that Judge Barry G. Williams...

  • With another failed prosecution, it's time for Mosby to move on

    With another failed prosecution, it's time for Mosby to move on

    In the midst of what feels like nationwide madness — a nightmarish period of gun violence against citizens and police officers, racial tension and vulgar political extremism — Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams on Monday morning affirmed the rule of law, the heart and soul of the republic....

  • Lt. Brian Rice trial: verdict recap

    Lt. Brian Rice trial: verdict recap

    A judge on Monday acquitted Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice of three charges in connection with the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in April 2015. The charges Rice was charged with involuntary manslaughter, misconduct in office and reckless endangerment. Circuit Judge Barry Williams cleared him...

  • After closing arguments, ruling in Lt. Rice trial in Freddie Gray case scheduled Monday

    After closing arguments, ruling in Lt. Rice trial in Freddie Gray case scheduled Monday

    During closing arguments Thursday in the trial of Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice, prosecutors and defense attorneys described very different scenes at the West Baltimore corner where Rice loaded a handcuffed and shackled Freddie Gray onto the floor of a police van. Rice, 42, is charged with involuntary...

  • Lt. Brian Rice trial: Day 5 recap

    Lt. Brian Rice trial: Day 5 recap

    » Closing arguments have concluded in the trial of Lt. Brian Rice in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, with prosecutors and Rice's defense attorneys wrapping up four days of testimony in a final attempt to sway Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams. » The judge has said he will issue his verdict...

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