Day 3 of jury deliberations in William Porter trial — will the deadlock break?
UPDATE: (12/16/15, 3:16PM): MISTRIAL, JURY HUNG ON ALL FOUR CHARGES.
UPDATE: (12/16/15, 3:01PM): Told that both Porter and Mosby are in the courtroom.
UPDATE: (12/16/15, 2:43PM): State’s Attorney Mosby is in the courtroom, first time since deliberations began.
UPDATE: (12/16/15, 2:34PM): Another buzz from the jury.
UPDATE: (12/16/15, 12:38PM): Jury breaking for lunch.
UPDATE: (12/16/15, Noon): Jury requested a transcript of witness testimony. This request was denied. The identity of the particular witness was not released.
UPDATE: (12/16/15, 11:54AM): Prosecution arrives at courthouse to hear what jury note is all about.
UPDATE: (12/16/15, 11:38AM): There are reports of a “buzz” from the jury, and CNN is reporting that the jury has a message for Judge Williams. WBAL TV reports the jurors have a question. Might be merely a lunch-related matter.
Today begins the third day of deliberations in the “Freddie Gray” trial of Baltimore Police Officer William Porter.
Porter is on trial for involuntary manslaughter (10 year penalty), second-degree assault (10 year penalty), reckless endangerment (5 year penalty), and misconduct in office (undefined penalty). These charges stem from the in-custody spinal injury of Freddie Gray in a police van following his arrest on April 12. Gray would die some days later.
We’ve covered the “Freddie Gray” matter extensively from its inception, here at Legal Insurrection.
We’ll keep you updated here as news emerges over the course of the day.
In the meantime, you can follow along with the day’s developments in the Twitter feed embedded below.
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