Freddie Gray case

A federal judge has upheld a lawsuit alleging claims of malicious prosecution, defamation and invasion of privacy against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby brought by five of the six officers who were acquitted and relieved of charges in the death of Freddie Gray in 2015.

The highest court in the state of Maryland ordered Thursday that the trials for officers involved in the Freddie Gray case be delayed after agreeing to hear appeals from five of the six officers in the matter, reports The Baltimore Sun . In a case already comprised of several moving parts, the order from the court […]

A judge decided Tuesday that the jurors in the case of William G. Porter, one of the police officers involved in the Freddie Gray incident, will not be sequestered or banned from interacting with their loved ones and other people during trial.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts held a press conference Thursday to announce the findings of the Freddie Gray investigation were handed over Thursday morning to the Maryland State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, a day early. Over 30 detectives worked full-time on this case. New information was made public that was previously unknown by investigators. That new information […]

Amid questions of how Freddie Gray‘s spine was severed while he was in Baltimore police custody – questions that led to days of peaceful protests, as well as rioting – comes a report from the Washington Post of a leaked document that actually suggests Gray was trying to injure himself. Reports the Post: A prisoner sharing a police […]