Three of the six Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie Gray’s fatal injury have now been tried; none has been convicted. When officer Caesar Goodson was cleared last week, many people in his neighborhood said they were angry – but not surprised. Even before the officers were indicted 14 months ago, the rallying cry was, “Justice for Freddie Gray!” Where does the city stand in reaching that goal? Are convictions the way to measure justice for Freddie Gray? If not, where should we be looking? What questions should we be asking? We talk to Ronald Weich, dean of the University of Baltimore law school; Rev. S. Todd Yeary, senior pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church; and Ray Kelly, outreach leader of the No Boundaries Coalition of Central West Baltimore.