WILLIAMSBRIDGE - Ramarley Graham's family met with local religious leaders and criminal justice experts Friday night in hope of getting justice for the slain teen.
Graham was shot and killed by officer Richard Haste last year in his Wakefield home. Earlier this month, a judge threw out the indictment against Haste due to misleading instructions presented to the grand jury.
The district attorney's office will be able to present evidence to a new grand jury that could lead to a new indictment, but there is no schedule in place.
Graham's mother, Constance Malcolm, says the loose timetable is extremely frustrating.