Homicide Trial Postponed a Day at Counsels’ Request

The jury trial of homicide defendant Thermon Green was pushed back a day to give defense counsel time to review recently-obtained discovery from the prosecution. The case will begin with jury selection on Feb. 1.

Defense attorney Roland Harris, Green, and the prosecutor appeared before Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Dana Middleton on Jan. 31 when the defendant’s trial was originally scheduled. The assistant state’s attorney did not object to Harris’ request as this would allow the trial to better coincide with one of her witness’ schedules.

The trial is slated to last through Feb. 7, she told the judge, who approved counsels’ request.

Green, 35, is accused of fatally shooting a man who was working for him as a drug dealer. On Nov. 5, 2021, the two men were inside a vehicle having a conversation while the victim was also on FaceTime with his girlfriend. The phone call abruptly ended just as the defendant and victim were heard arguing.

The victim died from four gunshots to the head.

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