Baltimore officer Caesar Goodson was found not guilty of violating department protocols in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.
Prosecutors will drop dozens of cases after footage appeared to show a Baltimore police officer planting drugs in an alley.
The Department of Justice requested a 30-day hold on a consent decree overhauling Baltimore's police department.
The Department of Justice is asking a federal judge for more time to look over a suggested plan that would overhaul Baltimore's police department.
A judge said prosecutors presented little to no proof that the officers acted unreasonably.
Prosecutors drop all charges against Baltimore police officer charged in death of Freddie Gray, a black man injured in custody.
Three officers, including Lt. Brian Rice, have now been acquitted in the 25-year-old's death.
Judge acquits officer in death of Freddie Gray, a black man injured in police van; 4th trial prosecutors failed to win.
There will be no trial by jury for the highest-ranking Baltimore police officer charged in the death of a young black man.
As news of the not-guilty verdict spread, community members, observers, activists and leaders took to social media to react.
According to a Baltimore attorney, charges in the Freddie Gray case "were rushed from the beginning."
Caesar Goodson, the officer who drove the police van the day Freddie Gray died, has been cleared on all charges.