The criminal trial may be over for police officers accused in the caught-on-camera beating of a college student. But now we’re learning how much the county will pay out to the victim.
The jury has reached a verdict in the case of two Prince George’s County police officers accused of beating a University of Maryland student. Their decision comes after several grueling hours spent deliberating.
Was he defending his fellow officer? Or did he go too far? The second Prince George’s County police accused in the beating of a Maryland college student takes the stand.
A judge throws out the most serious charge against the two officers accused in the caught-on-camera beating of a University of Maryland college student.
The caught-on-camera beating of a college student by police continues to take center stage in a Prince George’s County courtroom.
That’s where a jury is being asked to decide if the police officers in that video crossed the line and broke the law.
Prosecutors begin their case against two Prince George’s County police officers caught on camera repeatedly hitting a University of Maryland student as crowds gathered in the streets of College Park after the Maryland/Duke basketball game in 2010.
Two Prince George’s County police officers could face jail time for the beating of a University of Maryland student. The whole thing was caught on camera.