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Charging documents for Baltimore City police officer Caesar Goodson in the case of Freddie Gray.
Charging documents for Baltimore City police officer Brian Rice in the case of Freddie Gray.
Charging documents for Baltimore City police officer Edward Nero in the case of Freddie Gray.
Charging documents for Baltimore City police officer William Porter in the case of Freddie Gray.
Charging documents for Baltimore City police officer Alicia White in the case of Freddie Gray.
Charging documents for Baltimore City police officer Garrett Miller in the case of Freddie Gray.
Defense attorneys for the six officers involved in the Freddie Gray case on Wednesday filed a motion to switch venues, claiming that they "cannot receive a fair and impartial trial in Baltimore City."
Inside the gates of Baltimore's jail, suspects who face charges for murder, manslaughter and other violent crimes typically are escorted from vehicles in handcuffs. But when three of the city police officers charged in Freddie Gray's death arrived May 1, they were not restrained — and one was greeted with a hug.
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