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Officer Edward Nero, left, Lt. Brian Rice, attorney Ivan Bates and Officer Garrett Miller leave the Maryland Courts of Appeal building in Annapolis on Thursday afternoon. The Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in five cases related to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray last year. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
Officer Edward Nero, left, Lt. Brian Rice, attorney Ivan Bates and Officer Garrett Miller leave the Maryland Courts of Appeal building in Annapolis on Thursday afternoon. The Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in five cases related to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray last year. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Court of Appeals has questions for lawyers on both sides of Freddie Gray cases

ANNAPOLIS – The judges on Maryland’s highest court expressed skepticism Thursday that the rights of six officers charged in the Freddie Gray cases would be trampled if the court did not intercede and overturn the trial judge's interpretations of state's immunity statute. The criminal cases for the six officers have been placed on hold due to ...

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