2nd Freddie Gray trial set, fellow officer must testify
BALTIMORE — The second trial for a police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray is set for next month — a year after the black man's neck was broken in a police van — and one of the officer's colleagues will be forced to testify.
The latest reshuffling of trial dates happened Tuesday when Maryland's highest court ruled that Officer William Porter must testify against his fellow officers while he awaits retrial. Porter's trial ended in a hung jury in December and proceedings for the other officers have essentially been on hold while the courts determined whether he should be forced to... read more
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