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Five Baltimore police officers had alleged they were wrongfully prosecuted for the death of Freddie Gray
The court blocked a lawsuit filed by five officers who said Attorney Marilyn Mosby maliciously investigated and charged them in the death of Freddie Gray
Assistant Attorney General Karl Pothier said that as a prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby is immune from the lawsuit filed by officers who were cleared in Freddie Gray’s death
Lt. Brian Rice appeared visibly relieved and hugged his attorneys after the findings were read aloud
The LEOs “believe they did not violate any of the policies, procedures or practices of the Baltimore PD,” but “accepted the disciplinary action to move on”
Baltimore police announced that the investigation into the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray has been turned over for review
U.S. District Judge James Bredar said political winds change, but orders of the court do not
The Justice Department agreement mandates changes in the most fundamental aspects of police work
Baltimore’s police commissioner is criticizing the decision of three officers charged but not convicted in the death of Freddie Gray to attend a conservative group’s gala
Sgt. Alicia White and Officer William Porter will receive $96,855 and $70,523 respectively after being suspended without pay
Lt. Brian Rice was acquitted last month of manslaughter, misconduct and other charges in Freddie Gray’s 2015 death
The Justice Department is seeking a court-enforceable consent decree to force the department to commit to improving its procedures in order to avoid a lawsuit
Anthony Batts said State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby never should have filed charges against the officers involved in Freddie Gray’s arrest
The decision by prosecutors comes after a judge had already acquitted three of the six officers charged in the case
This is the fourth straight trial prosecutors have failed to win in the case
Officer Caesar Goodson will get nearly $88,000 in back pay
Lt. Brian Rice still stands accused of assault, reckless endangerment and a remaining charge of misconduct in office
Baltimore prosecutors are facing mounting obstacles in their manslaughter case against the highest-ranking officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray
Lt. Brian Rice’s lawyers said Tuesday that he has chosen to be tried instead by a judge — the same one who acquitted two fellow officers in Freddie Gray’s death
Donta Betts was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty in federal court
The union sent a tweet Friday night with a photo of actor Leonardo DiCaprio making a toast, with text reading, “Here’s to the Baltimore 6 defense team”
Six Baltimore officers were charged in Freddie Gray’s death, but only Officer Caesar Goodson was accused of “depraved heart” murder
The betrayal of the symbiotic relationship police and prosecutors maintain in most cities has been particularly unwelcome in Baltimore, where murders reached a 40-year high last year
Officer Caesar Goodson faces charges including second-degree murder and manslaughter
Judge also said he has questions about the most serious charge at the center of the state’s case
Officers sued the city’s top prosecutor and an official in the sheriff’s office for defamation