VIDEOS: Baltimore reacts to second acquittal in Freddie Gray case

Posted at 5:10 PM, Jun 23, 2016

Officer Caesar Goodson, the Baltimore officer facing the most serious charges in the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray, was found not guilty on all charges Thursday.

Find video interviews with protestors, community activists and legal experts below:

Officer Caesar Goodson found not guilty on all counts

Interview with Sheryl Wood, attorney

Attorney Warren Alperstein weighs in on verdict in Caesar Goodson acquittal

Tawanda Jones, sister of Tyrone West, reacts to Goodson verdict

Judge: State didn't prove intent to hurt Freddie Gray

Baltimore reacts to acquittal of van driver in Freddie Gray case

David Jaros, associate professor of law with University of Baltimore shares thoughts on Goodson acquittal

Peaceful protesting, calls for legislative change follow Goodson verdict

Baltimore woman speaks out against what she calls 'modern-day lynching'