Rare Issue In Freddie Gray Case: When Is Officer’s Failure To Act A Crime?

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As jury deliberations begin today in the case against Baltimore policeman William Porter, jurors must deal with a rare question in criminal law: When is an officer’s failure to act a crime? The Baltimore Sun says prosecutors face a difficult job proving that Porter’s alleged failure to look after Freddie Gray in police custody was
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