Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has lost her bid to put a gag order on the defense lawyers for the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.

Mosby had wanted a Circuit Court hearing to argue for a protective order to ban the release of evidence.

Criminal defense attorney Ted Williams called out Mosby on "On The Record" for accusing the defense of trying to publicize the case.

He noted that Mosby held a press conference announcing the charges, got on stage at a Prince concert, appeared in "Vogue" magazine and gave interviews to multiple television networks.

"Ms. Mosby, you need to look in the mirror, because if you look in the mirror, you clearly cannot accuse the defense of leaking and publicizing this case like you have," Williams said.

Katie Phang wondered what evidence Mosby was trying to hide with the protective order and why she doesn't want the public to see it.

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