The six Baltimore officers convicted of misconduct leading to the injury and subsequent death of Freddie Gray have been indicted by a grand jury Thursday.

Gray's death caused outrage in the city, leading to confrontations with the police and possibly illegal curfews, as well as demonstrations locally and across the nation.

If charged, the officers could do significant jail time on charges ranging from involuntary manslaughter to second degree murder. In the process, several charges have been dropped and some added. When asked to clarify about the new changes in the prosecution, Maryland State Attorney Marilyn Mosby declined to comment

Lawyers for the defense claim that Mosby, who announced the conviction of the officers, has conflicts of interest. Police unions across Baltimore have urged the public to support the police, insisting that all facing trial are innocent until proven guilty.

The officers are scheduled to be arraigned on July 2nd.