Hearing expected in the Freddie Gray case

A judge is expected to hear motions in the Freddie Gray case Wednesday, September 2. Six Baltimore Police officers were indicted in connection with Gray's in custody death.

A judge in Baltimore is expected to hear preliminary motions in the Freddie Gray case on Wednesday.
In May, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced indictments against six officers involved in the arrest of Gray who died while in police custody.
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Loretta Lynch confirmed as Attorney General

Loretta Lynch, President Obama's nominee for Attorney General, could have her confirmation vote this week.

The United States Senate confirmed Loretta Lynch as the 83rd United States Attorney General on Thursday by a vote of 56-43, Lynch will be the first African-American woman to hold the post. Read More

Public Defenders: Today’s Civil Rights Warriors


1963 was a landmark year in the struggle for civil rights in America. The killing of Medgar Evers and the 16th Street Church bombing served as stark reminders of the racial hatred that plagued the nation. The Birmingham Campaign and the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom were illustrations of the collective power of committed individuals to confront injustice. And one of the most important Supreme Court decisions in our history, Gideon v. Wainwright. Read More