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Judge Barry Williams denied another request to reconsider moving Officer William Porter's trial, set to begin next week, out of Baltimore but granted a motion to keep jurors' identities anonymous to prevent harassment and undue influence. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)
Judge Barry Williams denied another request to reconsider moving Officer William Porter's trial, set to begin next week, out of Baltimore but granted a motion to keep jurors' identities anonymous to prevent harassment and undue influence. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

Judge makes rulings on eve of first Freddie Gray trial

Days before the start of the first trial of a Baltimore police officer charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, the presiding judge did a little housekeeping. Baltimore City Circuit Judge Barry Williams on Tuesday resolved many of the outstanding pretrial motions in the case of Officer William Porter, who is charged with involuntary ...

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