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LI: Freddie Gray Trial: Defense Rests, Closing Arguments Monday

From my post over at Legal Insurrection: Today the defense wrapped up their case in the “Freddie Gray” trial of Baltimore Police Officer William Porter. The jury has been dismissed for the weekend, and closing statements will be completed on [...]

By | December 11th, 2015|Blog, In the News, Legal Insurrection|0 Comments

LI: Freddie Gray Trial: Mistrial Denied after State Fails to Disclose Evidence

From my post over at Legal Insurrection: Judge Williams denied a mistrial yesterday in the "Freddie Gray" trial of Officer William Porter, despite the defense exposing that the State had failed to disclose evidence in its possession that Gray had [...]

By | December 8th, 2015|All Cases, Blog, In the News, Legal Insurrection|0 Comments

LI: Freddie Gray Trial Day 2: Prosecution’s Case Looks Weak

As we emerge from day two of the Freddie Gray trial of Police Officer William Porter, we have yet to see a compelling narrative of guilt from the prosecution, particularly on the more serious charges brought against Porter.There is no [...]

By | December 3rd, 2015|Blog, In the News, Legal Insurrection|0 Comments

LI: Freddie Gray Trial: Jury Selection Begins Amid Protests

From my post today over at Legal Insurrection: Yesterday jury selection began in the first of the six expected trials over the in-custody death of Freddie Gray. This first case tries 26-year-old Officer William Porter, who like Gray is black. [...]

By | December 1st, 2015|Blog, In the News, Legal Insurrection|0 Comments