More Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force convictions overturned, including man who maintained his innocence

More Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force convictions overturned, including man who maintained his innocence

As Circuit Judge Timothy Doory approved another round of motions to undo criminal convictions tainted by the corrupt Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force, one stood out. “Out of all the crap we’ve been dealing with,” Doory said, “he’s the only one who took an Alford plea.” Kendell English had entered the guilty plea to a gun charge in December 2016, as federal authorities were bearing down on the gun unit. Three months later, the officers were charged with racketeering, and cases that relied on their word have been unraveling ever since. Many of the defendants entered guilty pleas, but English was one of the few to file an Alford plea, in which a defendant maintains their innocence but acknowledges there is enough evidence to convict them. Conviction of man arrested by the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force wiped away, posthumously That piqued the interest of Doory, who […]

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