A Guide to Freddie Gray Case After Mistrial for 1st OfficerJurors were unable to reach a verdict Wednesday in the manslaughter trial of an officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray, and it's not yet clear if or when he may face another trial.
Mistrial in 1st Officer's Trial in Freddie Gray CaseA judge declared a hung jury Wednesday after the panel couldn't reach a decision in the manslaughter trial of a Baltimore police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
Jurors End 2nd Day Without Verdict in Officer TrialJurors said they were deadlocked Tuesday as they weighed manslaughter and other charges against a police officer in the death of Freddie Gray.
Baltimore Residents Brace for Verdict in Porter TrialMetal barricades are already up around Baltimore City Hall and city's police station, a sign that the first Freddie Gray trial is coming to an end.
Jury Deliberates Officer's Fate in Freddie Gray's DeathJurors wrestled over what "evil motive" means Monday as they deliberated the fate of the first of six officers to be tried in the death of Freddie Gray, a black man whose neck was broken in a police van, fueling the "Black Lives Matter" movement.
Defense Rests After Testimony Porter Exceeded His DutyThe defense rested Friday in the manslaughter trial of Baltimore police officer William Porter after a department captain testified Porter went beyond his duty to assist the driver of the police van in which Freddie Gray's neck was broken.
Fellow Officer, Va. Police Chief Testify at Porter TrialOne of William Porter's fellow officers is testifying that he has never seen colleagues seat belt prisoners, even though it is department policy.
Testimony from Officer Charged in Freddie Gray CaseOfficer William Porter testified Wednesday at his manslaughter trial in the death of Freddie Gray.
Baltimore Photographer's Protest Photo Makes TIME's 'Top Magazine Covers of 2015' A photograph by a Baltimore artist that made it onto the cover of TIME in May has been named one of the top magazine covers of the year by the publication.
Officer Testifies in His Own Defense at Freddie Gray TrialOfficer William Porter was poised and calm as he testified in his own defense Wednesday, telling jurors that he didn't call an ambulance for Freddie Gray because the man was alert, appeared uninjured and didn't complain of any pain or wounds in the back of a police van.
Freddie Gray Trial: Key Points From the State's CaseThe trial of William Porter, one of six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, is now half over.