A federal judge on Thursday dismissed three claims alleged in a lawsuit against Baltimore's prosecutor filed by five of the six police officers initially charged in the in-custody death of Freddie Gray.
During a motions hearing Thursday, federal Judge Marvin Garbis dismissed three of the claims: conspiracy, false arrest and false imprisonment.
The judge will issue a written opinion on whether the case will go forward on charges that Mosby made false statements to bring charges against the six officers to further her own personal interests, to quell a riot and for political gain. He didn't say when he'd rule.
Mosby's attorneys argued that she acted within the scope of her job and is protected against civil lawsuits by absolute immunity.