Baltimore Police Gear Up as Closing Arguments Start in Freddie Gray Trial

The Baltimore Police Department has taken extra precautions in order to be sufficiently staffed when the jury reaches a verdict in the case of William Porter.
0:22 | 12/14/15

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Transcript for Baltimore Police Gear Up as Closing Arguments Start in Freddie Gray Trial
A jury deliberations are expected to begin today in the first trial of a police officer in connection. With the death of Freddie gripe Baltimore office so William Paul three is charged with negligence. For failing to get gripe medical help he's also charged with a soul to reckless endangerment. And misconduct in office if convicted Poulsen faces up to 25 years in prison.

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