101 released without charge after 48 hours in Baltimore jail

Aired: 4/30/2015 | 0:02:05 | Clip
One hundred and one people were held inside Baltimore Central Booking for 48 hours before being released Wednesday night on expired time. The group was arrested in connection with the riots that broke out on Monday after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Natalie Finegar, deputy district public defender for Baltimore, many were held without probable cause.