Marilyn Mosby, state's attorney for Baltimore, Ma., in 2016.

Marilyn Mosby, state's attorney for Baltimore, Ma., in 2016.

Maryland prosecutors on Wednesday dropped charges against the remaining police officers facing charges related to Freddie Gray’s death. Kojo explores what the outcomes of the cases say about out local justice system, as well as the national repercussions.

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  • Paul Butler Professor of Law, The Georgetown Law Center; Former Federal Prosecutor; author "Let's Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice" (New Press)

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