Md. Court Of Appeals Hears Arguments In Freddie Gray CaseCritical decision. Maryland's highest court hears arguments from attorneys for the officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
State: Forcing Officer's Testimony In Gray Case Not UnusualProsecutors say there's nothing unusual about a court order requiring Baltimore Police Officer William Porter to testify against fellow officers in the Freddie Gray case.
Porter Faces Jury Again June 13, Goodson Trial Next On Jan. 6Officer William Porter is set to face jury again in June. The date was officially set Tuesday during a closed door hearing with attorneys. Porter is the first of six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray to go on trial; his first ended in a mistrial last week.
Prosecutors, Defense Weigh Options In Officer's Trial In Freddie Gray DeathProsecutors and defense attorneys met for less than half an hour Thursday behind closed doors.
Baltimore Archbishop Meets Pope, Discusses Baltimore UnrestArchbishop of Baltimore William E. Lori has met with Pope Francis inside Vatican City, where they discussed the city's unrest and other recent challenges the city has faced.
Authorities Reviewing Arrest Of JuvenileThe Baltimore Sheriff's Office says it is investigating video footage and complaints from the arrest of a young protester following the mistrial in the case of a policeman charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
No New Trial Date Set For William Porter In Freddie Gray's DeathWaiting for a decision. Will Officer William Porter face a retrial? He was the first of six officers to stand trial in the death of Freddie Gray.
Why Baltimore Police & Residents Have A Strained RelationshipBoth sides at the trial of Officer William Porter cast light on a tattered relationship between law enforcement in Baltimore and its citizens.
Protesters Arrested By Sheriff's Deputies Wednesday ReleasedA protester arrested outside the courthouse after a mistrial was declared in the trial of police officer William Porter has been released.
Officer's Mistrial In Freddie Gray's Death A Letdown For Both SidesBaltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams declared a mistrial Wednesday after jurors made it clear they were hopelessly deadlocked over whether Officer William Porter had committed any crimes due to actions he didn't take prior to Gray's death.
City Leaders Have Plan In Place After Mistrial DeclaredThe trial of Officer William Porter ends in a mistrial. Now there are questions about what happens next.
Protesters March, Voicing Frustrations On Porter Hung JuryA mistrial in the case of Officer William Porter. He is the first of six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.