Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake pointed to Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams' concerns Wednesday when asked about prosecutors' decision to drop all remaining charges against city police in Freddie Gray's arrest and death.
Rawlings-Blake told MSNBC's Thomas Roberts that "I certainly don't agree" with comments by Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby that disparaged the criminal justice system. Whether Mosby should have taken a different tack Wednesday is up to the public to decide, the mayor said.
"As an attorney, I understand the high ethical standards that we are held to," Rawlings-Blake said. "I understand that when you seek justice, it is...
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake stands by before speaking at the start of a 300 Man March from Hilton to Milton streets to speak out against violence in the city.