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Third body camera ‘reenactment’ reported to Baltimore prosecutors this month

An example of a chest-mounted body-worn camera. (J.F. Meils/ Capital News Service via AP)

The Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office announced another round of dropped charges Monday after police self-reported a questionable body-worn camera incident in early August. The most recent video was reported to prosecutors Aug. 2 as “a reenactment of the seizure ...

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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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