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  • Officer Goodson, van driver acquitted Freddie Gray's death, to receive $87K in back pay

    Officer Goodson, van driver acquitted Freddie Gray's death, to receive $87K in back pay

    Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., who was acquitted of second-degree murder and other charges in the death of Freddie Gray, is set to receive $87,000 in back pay. The city's Board of Estimates on Wednesday authorized a payment of $87,705 to Goodson. Goodson and three other officers charged with felonies...

  • Two portraits of Lt. Rice emerge on second day of trial in Freddie Gray case

    Two portraits of Lt. Rice emerge on second day of trial in Freddie Gray case

    The last time Brandon Ross saw Freddie Gray conscious, Gray was in shackles and being moved head first onto the floor of a police transport van by several officers. Ross was screaming in anger from the curb. "I was upset — upset how they was treating my friend," Ross said Friday in a downtown Baltimore...

  • Prosecutors focus on Lt. Brian Rice's high rank as latest trial in Freddie Gray's death begins

    Prosecutors focus on Lt. Brian Rice's high rank as latest trial in Freddie Gray's death begins

    Prosecutors opened the trial of Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice by zeroing in on Rice's position as the highest-ranking officer involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray, suggesting it increased his culpability in failing to keep Gray safe. Chief Deputy State's Attorney Michael Schatzow started Thursday's...

  • Lt. Brian Rice trial: Day 1 recap

    Lt. Brian Rice trial: Day 1 recap

    The trial of Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice began Thursday in a downtown courtroom. » Rice, 42, is the fourth of six officers charged in the Freddie Gray case to stand trial. Rice was on bike patrol on April 12, 2015 in West Baltimore when he called on officers to pursue a fleeing Gray, who was...

  • Freddie Gray case: Training evidence barred from Rice trial, which starts Thursday

    Freddie Gray case: Training evidence barred from Rice trial, which starts Thursday

    Prosecutors in the next trial of a Baltimore police officer charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray were dealt a blow Tuesday when a judge ruled they could not present evidence of his training since becoming an officer. During a pretrial hearing, Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams ruled that...

  • Baltimore man pleads guilty to obstructing firefighters during Freddie Gray unrest

    Baltimore man pleads guilty to obstructing firefighters during Freddie Gray unrest

    A Baltimore man pleaded guilty Wednesday to obstructing firefighters during the unrest that followed the death of Freddie Gray last April, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Gregory Lee Butler Jr., 22, pleaded guilty to puncturing a hose that the Baltimore City Fire Department was using to...

  • Lt. Brian Rice trial: Pretrial motions recap

    Lt. Brian Rice trial: Pretrial motions recap

    What happened Tuesday? » The trial of Lt. Brian Rice began with preliminary motions, including a defense request to dismiss the charges. Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams denied that motion. » Williams ruled that prosecutors committed another discovery violation when — just days ago — they turned...

  • Trial of Officer Rice in Freddie Gray case set to begin Tuesday

    Trial of Officer Rice in Freddie Gray case set to begin Tuesday

    Baltimore prosecutors appear prepared to forge ahead with the next trial of an officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray, on the heels of two acquittals delivered by the judge overseeing the case. The trial of Lt. Brian Rice is scheduled to begin Tuesday with preliminary motions, including defense...

  • Win or lose in court, Marilyn Mosby remains a controversial figure as supporters and opponents dig in

    Win or lose in court, Marilyn Mosby remains a controversial figure as supporters and opponents dig in

    Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby instantly became a controversial figure across America — lauded as a hero by the left and decried as a demagogue by the right — when she brought charges against six police officers in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. More than a year later, her repute...

  • Maybe Mosby should just declare 'Mission accomplished'

    Dan Rodricks: Maybe Mosby should just declare 'Mission accomplished'

    I realize that former President George W. Bush, who brought us war, death and chronic instability in Iraq, rendered the expression "Mission accomplished" a national joke. But that does not prohibit the rest of us, including Marilyn Mosby, from using it. Bush famously stood on the deck of an aircraft...

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