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

Marilyn Mosby addresses reporters Wednesday after prosecutors dropped criminal charges against the six officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

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

Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announces charges against police in the death of Freddie Gray. A few miles off in any direction, and the debate about the knife involved in Freddie Gray's arrest by Baltimore police may have been completely different. The state of Maryland has one set of laws governing knives. The city of Baltimore has its own rules. Caught in the middle are people like Gray, who probably have no idea whether carrying a legally purchased knife can lead to criminal charges. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

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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New prosecutors face ‘heavy burden’ in Miller pretrial hearing

Officer Garrett Miller leaves the Court of Appeals in March. The top court ruled earlier this year that Miller and five other officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray can be called to testify against co-defendants so long as they are granted use and derivative use immunity.
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Officer Garrett Miller is scheduled this week to become the fifth officer tried in connection with the death of Freddie Gray. But he will be the first tried after testifying in a fellow officer’s case, necessitating a unique pretrial hearing ...

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Defendant in next Freddie Gray case puts focus on ‘clean team’

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A different set of state’s attorneys will take the reins for the next trial of an officer charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray. But first, Officer Garrett Miller wants a hearing to prove prosecutors don’t know anything ...

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4 remaining officers seek indictment dismissal in Gray case

All four of the remaining officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray are seeking to have their cases dismissed after they claim documents show the Sheriff’s Office sought charges without conducting its own investigation and a Baltimore ...

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Miller ordered to testify in Freddie Gray cases despite no appellate opinion

Officer Garrett Miller, left, has been ordered to testify against two co-defendants charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, including Officer Edward Nero, right. Miller's lawyers might appeal the ruling; Nero's trial is scheduled to begin May 10. (Baltimore Police Department via AP)

Relying on a per curiam order by the Court of Appeals, a Baltimore judge Wednesday ordered one of the officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray to testify at two of his co-defendants’ trials, one of which ...

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Prosecutors test Court of Appeals ruling in Porter case

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)

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 ...

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