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Experts: Justice system working more efficiently for officers charged in death of Freddie Gray

Experts: Justice system working more efficiently for officers charged in death of Freddie Gray

The trials in the death of Freddie Gray could resume as soon as February after Judge Barry Williams denied the state's motion to compel Officer William G. Porter to testify in the trials of all five co-defendants.

Porter has already been named a key witness in the trials of Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr. and Sgt. Alicia D. White, whose trials are delayed until at least March, when the Court of Special Appeals will hear arguments on whether Porter, who will be retried in June for crimes including involuntary manslaughter, can be forced to testify against them. Porter's trial

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