Maryland's highest court ruled Tuesday that Officer William Porter must testify against all five fellow officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, and sent the cases back to the lower court for trial.
The Court of Appeals turned back Porter's request that he not be compelled to testify against Officer Caesar Goodson and Sgt. Alicia White. They also reversed Judge Barry Williams' order denying prosecutors' request to call Porter to testify against three other officers, Edward Nero, Garrett Miller and Lt. Brian Rice.
The rulings came in a two-page order, less than a week after the judges heard arguments in Annapolis.