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Baltimore prosecutors can guide police behavior under consent decree, legal observers say

Baltimore City Stateís Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby addresses the media July 27 in west Baltimore, with a mural depicting Freddie Gray behind her, after charges were dropped against the three remaining officers charged in connection with Grayís death. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

The consent decree governing police reform in Baltimore is 200-plus pages mandating sweeping changes for how the city’s officers interact with the public and handle allegations of misconduct. But it does not give any instructions to a potential key player ...

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Baltimore prosecutors: Role in hearing on access to internal affairs files ‘proactive’

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Criminal defense attorneys celebrated a victory for transparency this week as they were given permission by a Baltimore city judge to attempt to introduce internal affairs records for a police sergeant into evidence in their clients’ cases. But statements from ...

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Attorneys gain access to Baltimore police officer’s internal affairs records

1.12.2017 BALTIMORE, MD- Mayor Catherine E. Pugh  joined by U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch to announce agreement on the Department of Justice Consent Decree concerning practices by the Baltimore Police Department. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Defense attorneys will seek to have evidence from more than 30 internal affairs records relating to a Baltimore police sergeant admitted in multiple criminal cases after a judge granted them access to the files last week. Attorneys for 20 defendants argued ...

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