Attorney General Expected to Announce Civil Rights Investigation into Baltimore Police

Probe into whether there was a "pattern or practice" of discriminatory policing.

Gray died a week after he was taken into police custody. Six officers have since been charged in his death.

The Justice Department is already looking into whether those officers violated Gray's civil rights.

If, in the broader investigation, the Department of Justice finds that there was a "pattern or practice" of discriminatory policing, it will ask that the police department make sweeping changes. If the police department declines to do so, the matter could land in front of a federal judge, who could force changes within the department.