Officer in Freddie Gray Death to be Retried in June

Photo by AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana
A retrial for Porter is set for June 13 following the trials of the five other officers involved in the death of Gray. 

Baltimore police officer William Porter will be retried for his involvement in the death of Freddie Gray.

BREAKING: Judge Declares Mistrial for Officer Charged with Freddie Gray’s Death

RELATED: Jury Deadlocked in Freddie Gray Trial, Judge Orders Juror to Continue Deliberations

The Washington Post reports that the officer will go to trial once again in June 13. 

Last week, Porter's case was declared a mistrial after a jury failed to reach a verdict regarding the role he played in Gray's death. 

RELATED: Baltimore Braces for Protests as Jury Convenes in First Freddie Gray Trial

Five other officers face charges and will be tried individually on various charges within the next three months. 

During his testimony, Porter remained adamant that he acted reasonably as his position required and expressed extreme remorse for Gray's death. 

Porter faced charges of involuntary manslaughter, second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. 

Read More
Filed under: News