Baltimore Jury Deadlocked in First Freddie Gray Trial

Baltimore police have prepared for the possibility of public protests.

"Compromise if you can do so without violence to your own moral judgement," Williams said.

The city of Baltimore is on edge awaiting the verdict and the police department has prepared for the public's reaction.

The jury has been charged with determining whether police officer William Porter contributed to Gray’s homicide.

Gray died in April from a severe spinal injury while in custody after being arrested when he fled from the police. Officer Porter allegedly failed to get medical help for Gray as the transport vehicle carrying the suspect made several stops in Baltimore after picking him up on the way to the police station.