Alperstein & Diener’s own Warren S. Alperstein was recently quoted in The New York Times regarding the circumstances of Freddie Gray’s initial arrest. Mr. Alperstein stated that “The Supreme Court has made it very clear that in circumstances like this, law enforcement has the absolute legal right to chase, pause, apprehend an individual who, for…

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Alperstein & Diener attorney, Warren S. Alperstein, offered commentary on Maryland’s News This Week regarding Officer Nero’s request for a bench trial. Mr. Alperstein said that due to “some complicated constitutional issues regarding the legality of Gray’s arrest, that a judge might better understand than a jury.” There are mixed reviews on this particular procedural…

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Alperstein & Diener attorney, Warren S. Alperstein, was recently quoted in NPR’s Around the Nation piece regarding the trials of the officers connected with the death of Freddie Gray. The trials are set to resume in May, more than a year after Gray’s death occurred. Thus far, the hearings have left a trail of unanswered…

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Warren S. Alperstein offered legal analysis to the Boston Globe, regarding the Court of Appeals of Maryland ruling that Officer William Porter can be compelled to testify in the five remaining trials of the other officers charged with the death of Freddie Gray. Mr. Alperstein offered an explanation of what prosecutors should do in these…

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Alperstein & Diener attorney and legal analyst Warren S. Alperstein was quoted in WBAL-TV’s breaking news story regarding The Court of Appeals decision involving Officer William Porter. Maryland’s highest court ruled that the Officer Porter can be compelled to testify at the trials of the five other officers in the case surrounding the death of…

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Warren S. Alperstein recently spoke to Mary Beth Marsden on Maryland’s News Now regarding the current state of Officer Caesar Goodson’s trial after Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals, Maryland’s second highest court, delayed his circuit court trial date. Officer Goodson drove the van that transported Freddie Gray, and he faces the most serious charges in connection with his…

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