Community Activists Blindsided, Concerned About Two Separate Trials In George Floyd CaseVoices from within the community are speaking out and want to be heard about two separate trials for four former Minneapolis Police officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
George Floyd Case: Derek Chauvin To Be Tried Alone In March, Other 3 In Late SummerThere will be two trials for the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last May.
George Floyd Killing: No Ruling Yet In Request To Delay TrialThe Minnesota judge overseeing the case against four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd said Thursday that he would take under advisement a prosecution request to delay the trial by three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Asks For Trial In George Floyd's Death To Push To June Due To COVIDThe state argues that, even with COVID-19 protocols put into place, there could be serious disruptions to the trial given the scope.
Judge In George Floyd Case Denies Motion To Limit Audio-Video CoverageThe trial against four officers accused of varying charges in Floyd's Memorial Day death is currently scheduled for next spring.
George Floyd Case: Derek Chauvin's Attorney Asks For More Time Ahead Of TrialA new request from the attorney of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd, asks the court for more time to prepare for next year's trial.
George Floyd Case: State Asks Court To Reconsider Its Approval Of Audio, Video Coverage During TrialThe State of Minnesota has filed a motion in the George Floyd case, asking the Hennepin County District Court to reconsider its approval of audio and video coverage during the trial.
George Floyd Case: Judge Rules Joint Trial For All 4 Ex-MPD Officers, Change Of Venue Motions Denied For NowThe judge in the George Floyd case has issued several decisions, including a ruling to try all four former Minneapolis police officers together in one trial.
Teen Who Filmed George Floyd's Fatal Arrest To Receive 2020 PEN/Benenson Courage AwardPEN America, a literary and free expression organization, announced on Tuesday that Darnella Frazier will receive the 2020 PEN/Benenson Courage award.
George Floyd Case: Judge Keeps Derek Chauvin’s Most Serious Murder Charge, Drops 3rd-Degree Murder; Charges Stand For Other 3 OfficersThe judge in the George Floyd case has dropped one of the murder charges for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who continues to face a more serious murder charge, along with a manslaughter charge. The charges for the other three officers in the case also stand.
Community Leaders Optimistic After Judge Throws Out 1 Charge Against Derek ChauvinCommunity members say this is what they wanted all along, charges they believe have a chance of leading to a guilty verdict.
Judge Denies Use Of 2019 George Floyd Arrest Video At TrialA Hennepin County judge has denied the use of body camera footage from a 2019 arrest of George Floyd to be used as evidence in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officers accused in his death.
George Floyd Trial: The Key Decisions Judge Cahill Could Make This WeekA judge could decide on several key motions this week in the trial of George Floyd's death.
Judge Rules MPD Body Cam Footage Of 2019 George Floyd Arrest Can Be Made PublicFloyd, a Black man in handcuffs, died May 25 after Derek Chauvin, who is white, pressed his knee against Floyd's neck for several minutes while Floyd said he couldn't breathe.
Several Key Decisions In The George Floyd Case Could Be Made ThursdaySeveral key decisions in the George Floyd case could be made Thursday, including the possible inclusion of new evidence.