The Latest on the trial of an officer charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, a young black man who died after he was critically injured in the back of a police van. (all times local):

11:50 a.m.

At least two attorneys who have been closely following the trials of officers charged in the custody death of a black man are questioning whether prosecutors should move forward with any more trials.

Lt. Brian Rice was acquitted by a judge Monday, the third straight acquittal in the death of Freddie Gray, who was injured in the back of a police van and died a week later. A fourth officer's trial ended in a hung jury.

Warren Alperstein, a prominent lawyer in the city who has been observing the case, said prosecutors have exhausted their theories and need to question whether to move forward.

Warren Brown, an attorney who has been observing proceedings, said the state at this point is doing worse than just 0-and-4 because of all the other charges in the case.

Two of the six officers charged have not gone on trial yet.

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10:35 a.m.

A judge has acquitted a Baltimore police officer on all charges in the death of Freddie Gray, a black who died after he was injured in a police transport van.

Lt. Brian Rice was acquitted Monday after a bench trial by Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams. Rice is the fourth of the six officers charged to go on trial in the 2015 death. Three earlier trials resulted in two acquittals and a mistrial.

Rice faced charges of involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. Rice is white and the highest-ranking of the officers.

Gray died a week after suffering a spinal injury in the van last year, touching off protests and rioting.

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4:45 a.m.

A judge in Baltimore is scheduled to issue his ruling in the case of a police officer charged in the death of a black man injured in a police transport van.

Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams will make his ruling public Monday in the trial of Lt. Brian Rice.

Rice is the fourth of the six officers charged to go on trial in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.

Rice is the highest-ranking of the officers. Three earlier trails resulted in two acquittals and a mistrial.

Rice faces charges of involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. Williams previously dismissed a second-degree assault charge, and prosecutors dropped a second misconduct charge.

Gray died a week after suffering a spinal injury in the van last year, touching off protests and rioting.