Thursday, April 30, 2015

Attorneys Representing Arrested Rioters Say Bail Too High


BALTIMORE - Attorneys are challenging the arrest of over 230 people during this week’s violence and looting.

Among the first cases was 28-year-old Gerard Anderson, who faced charges of malicious destruction and felony burglary.

Linda Ramirez, an attorney working pro bono, argued Anderson was going to a grocery store to get food, not to loot. Ramirez said her client wasn’t identified as a person who damaged the store’s windows. She wanted his bail set at $25,000.

The judge wasn’t swayed and set bail at $100,000, with the first $500 in cash.

Asked if he had anything to say, Anderson replied, “I’m good.” More

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