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Prosecutors Looking To Protect Evidence In Gray Case

July 11th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

Prosecutors in the Freddie Gray case have asked again for a protective order to restrict the release of evidence in the criminal case against six Baltimore police officers in the arrest and death of the West Baltimore man — and for a court hearing to discuss the request. The new motion in Baltimore Circuit Court comes weeks after the evidence in question was released to the officers' attorneys, and repeats prosecutors' concerns that the defense will leak only evidence that supports their clients' defense. Prosecutors have said they would be willing to have all the evidence in the case posted online, if the defense agreed, but they oppose the piecemeal release of selected evidence by the defense while their office is prevented from releasing evidence in any form.

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