The Baltimore police union says it welcomes the decision by prosecutors to drop the remaining charges against police officers accused in the death of black detainee Freddie Gray.

Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. drove the police wagon in which Gray suffered his fatal injury.

Closing arguments in the trial of Baltimore Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. are set for Monday.

The lead police investigator fired back from the witness stand.

Prosecutors in Baltimore rested their case in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson Jr.

Police van driver Caesar Goodson is the only officer to face a murder charge in the case

Caesar Goodson Jr. faces the most serious charge of the six Baltimore officers in the case.

The immunity prosecutors are offering Officer William G. Porter protects his right against self-incrimination, according to court opinion.

Baltimore officer Edward M. Nero is charged with assault, reckless endangerment.

First case is planned for May 10, shortly after the one-year anniversary of Gray’s arrest.

The decision is a major victory for prosecutors in the cases against six Baltimore officers.

The Maryland Court of Appeals will decide whether Officer William Porter must testify against his colleagues.

William Porter’s attorneys filed more legal arguments in a continued bid to keep their client from testifying.

William Porter is still awaiting a state appeals court’s ruling on whether he can be forced to testify at other trials.

The court will consider whether Baltimore Officer William Porter must testify against his colleagues.

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