A day has passed since a Baltimore County police officer was acquitted on manslaughter charges in the death of a 17-year-old Randallstown boy.
Not guilty on all counts. That verdict was handed down to a Baltimore County police officer accused of manslaughter in the death of a teenager one year ago.
An emotional day in court, as a Baltimore County police officer is tried on manslaughter charges. Supporters on both sides disrupt the court.
The killing sparked outrage and protests. Now, one year after the death of 17-year-old Christopher Brown, a Baltimore County police officer goes on trial.
A mother who lost her son at the hands of a Baltimore County cop is hoping a new House bill will keep other parents from dealing with such a loss.
A Baltimore County police officer is in court, accused of killing 17-year-old Christopher Brown in an argument. The teen’s family continues to call for tougher charges in the case.
A fight for justice. Supporters gather to call for harsher charges against the Baltimore County police officer accused of killing 17-year-old Christopher Brown. This as Brown’s mother prepares to meet with the state’s attorney.
Fighting for justice. The family of a teen killed by an off-duty Baltimore County police officer is calling for an independent investigation of the case.
Officer charged! The Baltimore County police officer accused of killing a teenager now faces manslaughter charges, but the teen’s family says it’s not enough.
An off-duty officer connected to the death of a Randallstown teen has been charged with manslaughter. After a bail review Wednesday afternoon, he was released on his own recognizance.
Demanding justice. Community members rallied in Randallstown Tuesday night, calling for the arrest of the officer who killed 17-year-old Christopher Brown earlier this month.
Was the use of force during a confrontation that killed a 17-year-old in Randallstown justified? The answer is key in a case involving a Baltimore County police officer. The teen’s viewing was held in Randallstown.