On Friday, Judge Barry Williams announced that Baltimore prosecutors in the Freddie Gray case had failed to hand over evidence to defense attorneys that would have helped exonerate their client. Gray, 25, died while in custody in the back of a police van; the driver, Oscar Goodman, is on trial for the inflated charge of depraved-heart murder.
So, what did the prosecution withhold?
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