Baltimore Police Officer Who Gave Freddie Gray The 'Rough Ride' Found Not Guilty Of Second-Degree Murder
Things have not been good in court for Freddie Gray's family and supporters.
The Baltimore man died in police custody after being arrested last April, but so far, aside from a financial settlement, the Baltimore City Police Department has not been found at fault.
Today, Caesar Goodson Jr., the officer driving the van in which Gray sustained a severe neck and spinal cord injury, was found not guilty of second-degree murder by Judge Barry Williams.
Goodson (pictured above, arriving at the courthouse this morning) had been facing up to 30 years in prison if he were to be convicted of the most serious charge, called second-degree depraved-heart murder.
The officer was also found