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In April, Freddie Gray died while in police custody, sparking unrest and rioting in Baltimore. Last week, a Baltimore Circuit Court judge ruled that the six police officers charged in Gray’s death must be tried separately as #blacklivesmatter protests continue around the country. We talk with a professor teaching a course inspired by Gray’s case about the myriad legal issues involved.
- Michael Pinard Professor, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
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