Ex-MPD Officers Accused Of Violating George Floyd's Rights Plead Not GuiltyFour former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights are scheduled to be arraigned in federal court Tuesday at a hearing that could also address some pretrial motions.
3 Ex-MPD Officers Ask Judge To Block Streaming Of Trial In George Floyd's DeathAttorneys for three former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death asked a judge Thursday to bar their upcoming trial from being livestreamed, saying some witnesses won’t testify if the proceedings are broadcast.
State Prosecutors Oppose Releasing Derek Chauvin Juror NamesProsecutors asked a judge Monday to reject a request by a coalition of media outlets to unseal the names of the jurors who convicted ex-Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin of murder in the death of George Floyd, saying it could subject them to harassment and make it harder to seat a jury for the trial of three codefendants next year.
Media Attorney Calls For Release Of Chauvin Juror NamesAttorney Leita Walker says anonymous juries are rare and only allowed in exceptional circumstances, such as in cases involving gangs or organized crime.
3 Ex-MPD Officers Charged In George Floyd Death Want Federal Trial Separate From Derek ChauvinThree former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights are asking that their federal trials be separated from the trial of Derek Chauvin, who has already been convicted on state murder charges for kneeling on Floyd's neck as the Black man pleaded for air.
Judge Denies Request To Change 'Trauma' Wording In Derek Chauvin Sentencing Order
Prosecutors Ask Judge In Derek Chauvin Trial To Change 'Trauma' Wording In Sentencing OrderProsecutors have asked the judge who handled former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin’s murder trial in George Floyd’s death to rewrite his sentencing order to delete suggestions that child witnesses did not suffer trauma.
How Have DOJ Probes Impacted Other Cities' Police Departments?The Department of Justice opened an investigation into Minneapolis police in April, following the conviction of Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. It will look at use of force, and determine if the department engages in discriminatory policing.
Court OKs 3rd-Degree Murder Against 3-Ex Cops In George Floyd DeathProsecutors may file aiding and abetting third-degree murder charges against three former Minneapolis police officers in the death of George Floyd, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.
Derek Chauvin Closing In On Federal Plea Deal, Sources Tell WCCOAs part of a possible plea deal Chauvin would have to publicly explain what he did to Floyd and why. If convicted in federal court, Chauvin could face life in prison.
How Much Time Will Derek Chauvin Actually Spend In Prison?Doing it that way provides a level of certainty in sentencing not guaranteed in some states, where sentences can be given as a range to be decided later by a parole board.
Impact Of Derek Chauvin Case On Policing Remains To Be Seen, Experts SayOfficers accused of brutality or other misconduct against Black people rarely go to trial, and among those who have, the list of acquittals and mistrials is longer than the list of sentencings after conviction.
Black, Minority-Owned Business Conference Uses Chauvin Sentencing As Teaching MomentThe Growth Conference hosted their first annual event at Rosemount Minnesota National Guard Armory on Friday night.
'Happy, But Also Not Happy': Community Reaction Mixed After Chauvin SentencingA general feeling of peace could be felt around the place, now commonly referred to as George Floyd Square. Dozens of people came out to honor Floyd’s life.
Derek Chauvin Sentenced To 22.5 Years In Prison For Killing George FloydChauvin was sentenced by Judge Peter Cahill Friday afternoon at the Hennepin County Government Center, though he left most of his reasoning to a 22-page document he did not read aloud.