MSNBC: Charges Dropped Against Remaining Officers in Freddie Gray Case

Baltimore prosecutors have dropped the remaining cases against the three officers to be tried in the death of Freddie Gray

Prosecutors Drop Remaining Charges Against Officers in Freddie Gray Case (MSNBC)

Baltimore prosecutors have dropped the remaining cases against the three officers to be tried in the death of Freddie Gray, bringing the case to an end without a conviction.

Officer Garrett E. Miller's trial was slated to start Wednesday with Sgt. Alicia D. White to begin in October.

The trial of Officer William Porter, who was seen as a pivotal witness, ended in December with a mistrial. He was to be retried in September.

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