The Freddie Gray case is bringing a new effort to reexamine police custody deaths in Baltimore.
Baltimore’s top prosecutor won’t intervene in the case of a man serving life plus 30 years in a Maryland prison despite GPS evidence that says he couldn’t have been the triggerman in a shooting that paralyzed a 5-year-old girl.
Major upset. City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein loses his bid for re-election to a former prosecutor, who, at one time, briefly worked for Bernstein.
Former prosecutor Marilyn Mosby has won the election for Baltimore State’s Attorney, defeating incumbent Gregg Bernstein.
Baltimore’s City State’s Attorney race is grabbing attention for its high-profile endorsements.
Curbing violent crime continues to be a priority in the city. Baltimore saw an eight percent increase in the murder rate last year, and there have been six homicides in the first four days of June.
The death of a man during a chaotic arrest sparks outrage and several investigations. After clearing officers, Baltimore’s top prosecutor releases key interviews conducted in the case.
Justifiable force. The state prosecutor will not file charges against the officers involved in the in-custody death of Tyrone West. Now his family is vowing to continue their fight for justice as police make changes to the way these cases are handled.
A man convicted of conspiracy in the slayings of three young relatives won’t be retried a fourth time on murder charges.
Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein’s son has been charged with second-degree assault.
In his first year as state’s attorney for Baltimore, Gregg Bernstein has faced some growing pains, but he also began making changes in the office.
Witnesses are crucial to the criminal justice system’s success, so Baltimore State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein says it’s no wonder that the “enemies of justice” try to stop them from cooperating.