The Freddie Gray Case

Discrepancies Continue to Emerge in Officer’s Statements During Freddie Gray Case, and the Media Keeps Ignoring It

July 15, 2016

Prosecutors play tape depicting heated exchange between Lt. Brian Rice and residents during Gray’s arrest as Judge Barry Williams prepares to render verdict Monday in trial of the fourth officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray

Medical Examiner: Police Brushed Aside Requests for Evidence in Gray Case

July 7, 2016

On the first day of testimony during the trial of Lt. Brian Rice, the fourth officer to be tried in the death of Freddie Gray, state medical examiner Carol Allan revealed how she battled to complete the investigation, which ultimately lead her to rule Gray’s death a homicide

Would the Cops Be Convicted if #FreddieGray was White?

June 24, 2016

In the wake of the acquittal of Officer Caesar Goodson for all charges in the death of Freddie Gray, leading Baltimore Civil Rights Attorney A Dwight Petitt says Gray was a victim of “walking, driving, breathing, and living while black.”

Outrage after Officer Accused of Murder in Freddie Gray Case Found Not Guilty of All Charges

June 23, 2016

TRNN speaks to Baltimore activists and a legal scholar about Judge Barry Williams’ not-guilty ruling in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson, who had been charged with murder

#FreddieGray Case Spurs Activism and Action in Baltimore Classrooms

May 18, 2016

The Baltimore High School students that staged a mock trial for the #Freddie Gray case discuss how the events of the past year have impacted their relationship with police, the legal system and the war on drugs.

Opening Arguments Presented in Second Freddie Gray Trial

May 12, 2016

TRNN speaks to Attorneys Warren Brown, Doug Colbert and NAACP-Baltimore president Tessa Hill-Aston after prosecution and defense present opening arguments in the trial of Edward Nero

Second Trial in #FreddieGray Case to Begin Thursday

May 11, 2016

Legal expert Doug Colbert says by arguing Gray’s arrest was illegal, prosecutors are putting forth an untested legal theory that could have far reaching implications

Judge Orders William Porter To Testify in Trial of Fellow Officers in Freddie Gray Case

January 6, 2016

Porter must testify against officer Caesar Goodson in exchange for immunity against the prosecution using his own words against him. TRNN gets dueling perspectives on the case from the defense attorney Warren Brown and University of Maryland Law professor Doug Colbert

The Story of the 2015 Baltimore Uprising Told Through the Voices of the People

December 28, 2015

The TRNN staff’s coverage of the transformative year when the people demanded to be heard

Anger in Streets of Baltimore as Mistrial Declared in Freddie Gray Case

December 16, 2015

TRNN reports from Courthouse East in Baltimore after a jury was unable to return a verdict for any of the four charges brought against Officer William Porter in the death of Freddie Gray

Media Hypes Potential Unrest as Jury Says It’s Deadlocked in Freddie Gray Case

December 15, 2015

Legal expert Doug Colbert and Baltimore activist Tariq Toure respond to developments on Day 12 of the trial of William Porter for the death of Freddie Gray

Jury Hears Closing Arguments During Trial of William Porter in Freddie Gray Case

December 14, 2015

Prosecutor shows jury the blood of Freddie Gray on seat belt from the van

Former Cop: Officer in Freddie Gray Trial Does Not Have Discretion to Break the Law

December 14, 2015

As final ruling nears, activist says officers should be held accountable

Defense Rests its Case in Trial of First Officer Charged With Killing Freddie Gray

December 11, 2015

University of Maryland Law Professor Doug Colbert gives his analysis of the defense case, closing arguments could begin Monday

NAACP Official: Freddie Gray Case Shows Baltimore Police Need Overhaul

December 10, 2015

NAACP Baltimore President Tessa Hill Aston responds to the opening of the defense case in the trial of officer William Porter

Neill Franklin Testifies in Trial of Third Officer in Freddie Gray Case

December 10, 2015

TRNN Replay: After 33-year law enforcement veteran Neill Franklin appears as a prosecution witness in the trial of Officer Goodson, we bring you our interview with him during the trial of William Porter

Analyst: Prosecutors Present Strong Case Against Cop Accused in Death of Freddie Gray

December 9, 2015

Officer William Porter’s testimony will be key to defense, says law professor

Accused Officer Takes Stand for First Time in Freddie Gray Case

December 9, 2015

University of Maryland law professor Doug Colbert discusses the latest developments in the trial

Officer Grilled Over Inconsistent Statements in Freddie Gray Trial

December 9, 2015

Law professor Doug Colbert responds to the prosecution’s cross examination of defendant officer William Porter