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Lists Of Charges Against Baltimore Officers Involved In Freddie Gray's Death

Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore state's attorney, speaks during a press conference, Friday in Baltimore. Mosby announced criminal charges against all six officers suspended after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody.  (Alex Brandon/AP)
Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore state's attorney, speaks during a press conference, Friday in Baltimore. Mosby announced criminal charges against all six officers suspended after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody. (Alex Brandon/AP)
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Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced several criminal charges Friday against six officers who were involved in the death of Freddie Gray — which she said was a homicide.

Mosby said the officers arrested Gray illegally, repeatedly failed to get him medical treatment, and did not buckle him up inside a police van, contrary to a police department order.

Here's the list of charges against each officer, including the maximum punishment for each charge (if convicted):

Officer Caesar Goodson Jr.

— Second-degree depraved heart murder, 30 years

— Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years

— Second-degree assault, 10 years

— Gross negligent manslaughter by vehicle, 10 years

— Criminal negligent manslaughter, 3 years

— Misconduct in office

Officer William G. Porter

— Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years

— Second-degree assault, 10 years

— Misconduct in office

Lt. Brian W. Rice

— Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years

— 2 counts of second-degree assault, 10 years each

— 2 counts of misconduct in office

— False imprisonment

Officer Edward M. Nero

— 2 counts of second-degree assault, 10 years

— 2 counts of misconduct in office

— False imprisonment

Officer Garrett E. Miller

— 2 counts of second-degree assault, 10 years each

— 2 counts of misconduct in office

— False imprisonment

Sgt. Alicia D. White

— Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years

— Second-degree assault, 10 years

— Misconduct in office

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