Do Minnesota Cases Show It's Getting Easier To Convict Police Officers?Three recent convictions of police officers, all in the Minneapolis area, raise the question: Has there been a shift in jurors' historic unwillingness to convict cops in on-duty killings?
What Are The Rules For Cameras In Minnesota Courtrooms?Next week, three former Minneapolis police officers will go on trial in federal court for violating George Floyd's civil rights. There will be no cameras in the courtroom, which is different from Derek Chauvin's trial that was livestreamed around the world.
Are More Defendants Testifying At Their Trials?Among those who chose to testify was Kim Potter, convicted Thursday of manslaughter for killing Daunte Wright during a traffic stop when the Minnesota police officer mistook her gun for a Taser.
What Will The Judge Weigh In Sentencing Kim Potter?The former suburban Minneapolis police officer who said she confused her handgun for her Taser when she killed Daunte Wright will be sentenced in February after a jury convicted her Thursday on two counts of manslaughter.
Kim Potter Guilty On 2 Counts Of Manslaughter In Daunte Wright's DeathA jury of twelve has found Kim Potter, the former Brooklyn Center police officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright, guilty on counts of both first- and second-degree manslaughter.
'The Justice System Has Provided': Family, Officials React To Kim Potter's Guilty VerdictFormer officer Kim Potter was found guilty of both first- and second-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright on Thursday.
What If The Potter Trial Jury Doesn't Reach A Verdict Before Christmas Break?There was still no verdict as the fourth day of deliberations in the Kim Potter trial got underway Thursday morning. Jurors have now spent over 24 hours across the past three days discussing the case as the Christmas holiday looms.
Kim Potter Trial: Jury Begins Day 4 Of DeliberationsThe jury weighing Kim Potter's fate got the case Monday following closing arguments and has deliberated for about 23 hours.
'I’m Sure They’re Really Struggling': Yanez Trial Juror Sheds Light On Pressures Potter Trial Jury May Be Under“When it’s over, it’s over," Dennis said. "I know they’ll do the right thing."
Kim Potter Trial: Jurors End 3rd Day Of Deliberations With No Word On Her FateThe jury asked Judge Regina Chu Tuesday afternoon how to proceed if they can't reach a verdict.
Kim Potter Trial: Jury Asks Judge What To Do If They Can't Reach Consensus On VerdictJurors have now spent a combined 14 hours deliberating over the fate of the former officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright.
Kim Potter Trial, Dec. 20: Jury Ends First Day Of Deliberations Without VerdictBoth sides made their closing arguments in the Kim Potter trial Monday, and the jury ended its first day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.
Timeline: Daunte Wright's Death, Subsequent Unrest Leading To The Kim Potter TrialOpening statements begin this week in the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter. She shot and killed Daunte Wright during a traffic stop back in April.
'The Facts Really Aren't Disputed': The Key Points To Be Made In Kim Potter Trial's Closing Arguments“Everything is on video. Everybody agrees to the facts,” legal analysist and attorney Joe Tamburino said. “It's really going to be a matter of whether or not the jury decides Ms. Potter was reckless.”
Kim Potter Trial: Experts Say Potter Missed Chance To Explain Taser-Gun Mix-UpThe former Minnesota police officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright alternated between tears, statements of remorse and clipped, matter-of-fact answers as she testified at her trial on manslaughter charges in the death of the Black motorist.