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Tag Archives: Edward Nero

With charges dropped, Freddie Gray officers turn attention to civil cases

Though criminal proceedings against the six officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray have concluded, five of them will continue waging a legal battle – this time as plaintiffs. Lt. Brian Rice, Sgt. Alicia White and Officers ...

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For more than a year, Freddie Gray-related stories dominate coverage

The Daily Record has published more than 100 stories related to the Freddie Gray case. Here are some highlights, in chronological order: (Dates in this timeline reflect date of publication) April 2015 April 12: Freddie Gray is arrested; police said he ...

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Internal reviews begin for Baltimore officers in Freddie Gray case

Two outside police departments are conducting investigations into the conduct of three Baltimore officers who have been cleared of criminal charges in the death of Freddie Gray. Montgomery County police, with the help of Howard County officers, have launched reviews ...

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Judge drops charges, fellow officers take stand in Rice trial

A Baltimore judge dismissed a misdemeanor count against one of the officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray Monday after the state rested but the lead charge of manslaughter remained as the defense case began. Prosecutors wrapped up their ...

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Nero’s acquittal fuels Mosby’s critics, admirers

A police officer’s acquittal Monday in a man’s in-custody death that sparked riots in Baltimore last spring has fueled detractors and admirers of Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby – one year to the month after her impassioned but controversial speech pledging to “deliver justice for Freddie Gray.”

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Judge has questions for Nero prosecutors during closing arguments

Closing arguments in the case against one of the officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray took on an appellate feel Thursday morning as attorneys debated legal theories not just with each other but with the judge. ...

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In Nero trial, anticipated testimony yields unclear results

Following months of legal posturing and a precedent-setting decision by Maryland’s top court, one of the Baltimore police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray took the witness stand with limited immunity against a co-defendant. But Officer ...

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