Minn. Supreme Court Upholds Denial Of Public Defender For Derek Chauvin's AppealThe Office of the Minnesota Appellate Public Defender ruled Chauvin ineligible, and after reviewing his financial information, the Supreme Court agreed.
George Floyd Memorial Statue In NYC Vandalized AgainAccording to police, a video showed an unidentified man on a skateboard throwing paint on the statue Sunday morning, then fleeing.
Derek Chauvin Files His Own Appeal Of Conviction, Sentence In George Floyd's MurderDerek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd, filed his own 11th-hour appeal Thursday.
'We Cannot Let This Be A Tragic, Lost Opportunity': Ben Crump Urges Lawmakers Not To Give Up On George Floyd Justice In Policing ActFollowing the collapse of bipartisan police reform talks in Congress on Wednesday, civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who represents the family of George Floyd, said that his clients are extremely disappointed and urged Democratic senators to bring the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act to a floor vote.
New Charges Unlikely For Ex-Cops In George Floyd's DeathThe Minnesota Supreme Court's decision to overturn the third-degree murder conviction of a former Minneapolis police officer likely won’t change the cases against the three former officers charged in George Floyd’s death.
Chauvin Pleads Not Guilty To Allegedly Violating Teen's Civil Rights In 2017A former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday for allegedly violating the civil rights of a teenager in a separate case that involved a restraint similar to the one used on Floyd.
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.
Hearing Set For Next Week On Minneapolis Police Ballot QuestionA judge has scheduled hearing for Monday on an effort to keep a charter amendment on the future of policing off the ballot in Minneapolis.
Judge Promises Quick Ruling On Deadly Force Rule ChangeThe Legislature passed the change in 2020 after the death of George Floyd. It raised the bar on officers to justify how their actions involving lethal force were necessary.
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.
After Rough Start, Rolando Ruiz Continues Turnaround With George Floyd ScholarshipA Minneapolis man is preparing for a new beginning after a rough start in life.