Baltimore Judge Tosses Request On Evidence In Freddie Gray Death Case

, the Baltimore Sun reported late on Monday, a Maryland judge has denied a prosecutor's request to keep lawyers for police from publicizing evidence before the trial. The six police officers have been charged in the death of Freddie Gray in April. State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby who is prosecuting the officers had wanted a Circuit Court hearing to argue for a protective order barring release of evidence. Mosby said she was concerned that defense lawyers would leak only evidence that supported their clients' defense, jeopardizing the chance for a fair trial. , the Sun reported Judge Barry Williams on Monday rejected Mosby's request without scheduling a hearing.