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Warren Alperstein Explains Potential Scenarios Resulting From Separate Trials in Gray Case

Warren S. Alperstein appeared in a WBAL-TV 11 interview regarding Judge Barry Williams’ ruling, which stated that all six defendants charged in the Freddie Gray case will be tried separately.

While some legal analysts believe six separate trials will favor the officers charged in the case of Freddie Gray’s death, Mr. Alperstein weighs in and notes that there could be civil unrest, and even riots, if one or more of the officers gets acquitted.

Mr. Alperstein also mentions that after one officer is tried, “there are a number of scenarios where that defendant could be compelled to testify against another officer.”

Watch the video interview in its entirety here.