BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Disciplinary trials are scheduled for several Baltimore City Police officers who had been charged in the death of Freddie Gray.

Our media partner The Baltimore Sun reports, the internal disciplinary trial for officer Caeser Goodson begins October, followed by trial for four other officers.

This follows an investigation by officials in Howard and Montgomery Counties.

The Sun reports three of the officers face termination, which is the most severe punishment now possible locally, without a single criminal conviction in the case.

All the officers had faced criminal charges in the death of Gray, but were either aquitted at trial or had their cases dropped.

The hearings will be open to the public.

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  1. FOUL!…….Double jeopardy. Charged but NOT convicted. These fine men and woman are placed on the line…and for what? Mosby, Blake???? If termination takes place or any other action by the BCPD. LAW SUITE. DEMANDING A CLEAR AND FREE RECORD. They all should just leave and take up law enforcement in other departments anywhere across the country without prejudice.

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