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A Baltimore officer who was accused in connection with Freddie Gray’s death will receive back pay from the city.
Lt. Brian Rice, who is charged with involuntary manslaughter among other charges in the death of Freddie Gray, has opted to have his legal fate decided by the same judge who previously acquitted officers Edward Nero and Caesar Goodson of all charges.
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In the days leading up to Caesar Goodson’s acquittal in the death of Freddie Gray, various sources reported that Baltimore was “bracing for an explosive reaction.”
The Baltimore police officer facing the most serious charges in connection with the death of Freddie Gray will not face criminal punishment. The decision led to renewed calls from the city’s police union to drop the cases against the other officers in the case, as well.
The defense rested its case in the trial of Caesar Goodson on Friday, bringing the witness examination portion of the latest chapter in the Freddie Gray case to a close. That sets up closing arguments and a potential verdict for next week for the Baltimore police officer who faces the harshest charges in connection with Gray’s death.
There are a host of legal questions being weighed in the courtroom in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson, such as which officer was responsible for Gray’s overall well-being as he was transported in a police van through West Baltimore, and whether his death was appropriately classified. A more basic question was introduced on Tuesday: What does a video show?