(Video) Van Driver In Freddie Gray Case Found Not Guilty

The driver of the van in which Freddie Gray died in was found not guilty of second-degree “depraved heart” murder. Apart from those charges, Officer Caesar Goodson was also found not guilty on charges of manslaughter, assault, misconduct in office and reckless endangerment.

Officer Edward Nero Found Not Guilty In Freddie Gray Murder

Justice was not served in the Freddie Gray case. Officer Edward Nero was found NOT GUILTY of the murder he committed. April 19, 2015, Gray died in police custody after suffering from many injuries. Nero was one out of six officers to be charged in the case.

Maryland Officials Order Officer Involved In Freddie Gray’s Case To Testify Against Colleagues

Officer William Porter has reportedly been asked to testify against the five other officers who were involved in Freddie Gray’s murder. Back in December, Porter was charged with manslaughter, second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct before his trial ended with a hung jury.

Baltimore Cop Caesar Goodson Jr. Headed To Trial For The Death Of Freddie Gray; William Porter Ordered To Testify

Baltimore Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., is a mere days away from his trial date on charges of manslaughter, assault, reckless endangerment, misconduct, and second-degree “depraved-heart” murder against Freddie Gray; the young man died due to spinal injuries while in a police van that Goodson was driving. The Jan. 11th trial date will be the second of the sixth that will take place. The first trial, which turned out to be a mistrial due to a deadlocked jury, was for officer William Porter; a guy that now has to testify in Goodson’s trial (he also has to testify in the trial of Sgt. Alicia White). Hit the jump for more.

Freddie Gray Case: Judge Declares Mistrial In Case Of Officer William Porter

After more than 14 hours of deliberations over the course of three days, the judge has declared a mistrial in the case of Baltimore police Officer William Porter who was one of six officers charged with the death of Freddie Gray. Tuesday, the jurors told the judges they were deadlocked, and unable to reach a unanimous decision.The jury resumed talks Wednesday morning but were still unsuccessful in reaching a verdict.

(Video) Freddie Gray Case: Jury “Deadlocked” In First Trial Of Officer William Porter

Wednesday morning jurors in the manslaughter trial of a Baltimore police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray will resume deliberations after telling the judge they were “deadlocked.” Officer William Porter is one of six officers being charged with Gray’s death. The jury, composed of three black men, four black women, three white women and two white men — told a judge on Tuesday afternoon, that they’d been been unable to reach an unanimous decision on Porter’s charges, but the judge asked them to keep at it. They resumed deliberating around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Hit the jump for more details.

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