Jun 04, 2015
By Kevin Rector, Baltimore SunBaltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby plans to seek a protective order that would block the release of Freddie Gray's autopsy report and other "sensitive" documents asProceed to the page: http://linkis.com/hcPN2
The Baltimore Sun reports that state's Attorney Marilyn Mosby plans to seek a protective order blocking the release of Freddie Gray's autopsy and other "sensitive" documents as she pursues charges against the six police officers involved in his arrest and death.
Baltimore City state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby hopes to block the release of the autopsy of Freddie Gray and other documents related to the investigation.
Baltimore city state's attorney Marilyn Mosby hopes to block the release of the autopsy of Freddie Gray and other documents related to the investigation into
by Brian Hayes | Top Right News Embattled Maryland state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby is on the defensive yet again, after filing a surprising motion to block the release of a critical piece of evidence in her case against five Baltimore police officers -- the autopsy results in the death of F...
BALTIMORE (AP) — The refusal of authorities to provide more than a few sketchy details about the Freddie Gray investigation may be legally appropriate, but many people in Baltimore were finding it hard to be patient Thursday when police revealed next to nothing about the criminal investigation they...
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