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Baltimore city prosecutors have filed a motion to compel Officer Garrett Miller, left, to testify at Officer Edward Nero’s trial, scheduled to begin May 10. The Court of Appeals has ruled Officer William Porter can be compelled to testify against his co-defendants in the Freddie Gray cases but has not given its reasoning, leaving some court observers to wonder if Miller’s testimony will be permissible. (Baltimore Police Department via AP)
Baltimore city prosecutors have filed a motion to compel Officer Garrett Miller, left, to testify at Officer Edward Nero’s trial, scheduled to begin May 10. The Court of Appeals has ruled Officer William Porter can be compelled to testify against his co-defendants in the Freddie Gray cases but has not given its reasoning, leaving some court observers to wonder if Miller’s testimony will be permissible. (Baltimore Police Department via AP)

Prosecutors test Court of Appeals ruling in Porter case

Motion seeks officer’s testimony despite no opinion from top court

Without knowing the logic and limits of the Court of Appeals' decision that Officer William Porter can be compelled to testify against his co-defendants in the Freddie Gray cases despite his pending retrial, Baltimore city prosecutors have moved to compel another officer to take the stand at a trial next month. Prosecutors on Thursday filed a ...

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