As some are aware, six Baltimore police officers are facing criminal charges in the death of Freddy Gray. The first trial, which involved Officer William Porter, resulted in a mistrial. The judge handling the case encouraged the dismissed jurors to avoid talking about the case publicly. Not surprisingly, some are bothered by the actions of the trial judge which raise First Amendment concerns. To read an informative op-ed about why jurors should be allowed to share their experiences with others go here.