BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Baltimore City leaders approved more than $87,000 in back pay for Officer Caesar Goodson, who was recently acquitted in connection to the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray.

“If people are unhappy with the restoration of back pay to someone who’s now been acquitted of a crime that cost him his salary then there’s another place to raise that,” said George Nilson, Baltimore City Solicitor.

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All six officers charged still face administrative reviews where they could lose their jobs.

“Ultimately, the police commissioner will determine the outcome of these officers’ careers,” said Rob Weinhold, public safety expert.

Only after the conclusion of all of the trials will the administrative investigation begin. An outside agency will look into violations–focusing on the officers’ conduct. The results will be forwarded to Baltimore City police.

While the commissioner will have the final say, it’s unclear whether there will be any citizen review.

“That process as it has been conducted especially in recent years is a rigorous process that frequently results in serious discipline including dismissal of officers,” Nilson said.

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Officer Edward Nero, who was acquitted in May, is back at work but in an administrative position.

He and Officer Garrett Miller have been getting paid all along because they’re charged with misdemeanors.

The other officers–charged with felonies–were immediately suspended without pay.

“Generally speaking, a charge of a criminal act should not automatically lead to termination of one’s employment,” said Nilson.

The FOP is footing the legal bill for the officers which by some estimates–could top one million dollars.

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Though even a vigorous, well-paid team of defense lawyers won’t necessarily save their jobs.