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George Floyd Trial: Verdict in: Derek Chauvin is found guilty
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George Floyd Trial: Verdict in: Derek Chauvin is found guilty
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George Floyd Murder Trial Expected To Start Monday, Will Be Televised Live By Court TV

By Bruce Haring
March 7, 2021 9:14am

"The eyes of the world will focus on Minneapolis this Monday, as the trial of a former police officer accused of killing George Floyd is expected to begin.

Protests are already underway in the city and its surrounding neighborhoods, which were devastated in the aftermath of Floyd’s death. As widely reported, Officer Derek Chauvin faces murder charges for kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nine minutes.

Court TV will televise the trial live, and reports indicate it’s likely to be among the most closely watched legal events in recent US history.

The trial will also be televised and streamed on Law&Crime, a network which just launched on Peacock.



Minneapolis and cities around the world saw sometimes violent protests and looting in the wake of Floyd’s death.

Minneapolis has been barricading and boarding up in anticipation of the trial. Protests at the governor’s mansion in St. Paul occurred yesterday, with more protests planned for Sunday and Monday outside the Minneapolis courthouse.

One possible delay stands in the way of Monday’s start to the trial. A state appellate court ordered a lower court judge to revisit his decision to drop third-degree murder charges against Chauvin. A guilty verdict on that charge, which alleges someone acted “without regard for human life,” carries a sentence of up to 25 years.


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He will get a manslaughter charge?

If he doesn’t serve time it’s going to get ugly..

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First Challenge in George Floyd Murder Trial: Finding an Impartial Jury

March 8, 2021

"In the Rodney King case in Los Angeles in the early Nineteen Nineties, the 4 officers caught on video beating Mr. King have been acquitted after their trial was moved to the predominantly white suburb of Simi Valley, touching off violent riots. At across the identical time in Minneapolis, protests rocked the city following an all-white grand jury’s resolution to not indict a white officer, Dan May, who fatally shot a Black teenager in the again.

Minneapolis is about 64 % white and 20 % Black, whereas the jury pool in its county, Hennepin, was 80 % white and eight % Black in the 2020 fiscal 12 months, in line with figures from the State Court Administrator’s Office. The distinction displays the truth that the county is whiter than town and Black potential jurors are usually barely underrepresented in the pool.

Understand the George Floyd Case

On May 25, 2020, Minneapolis law enforcement officials arrested George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, after a comfort retailer clerk claimed he used a counterfeit $20 invoice to purchase cigarettes.
Mr. Floyd died after Derek Chauvin, one of many law enforcement officials, handcuffed him and pinned him to the bottom with a knee, an episode that was captured on video.

Mr. Floyd’s loss of life set off a series of nationwide protests towards police brutality.
Mr. Chauvin was fired from Minneapolis police power together with three different officers. He has been charged with second-degree homicide and second-degree manslaughter and now faces trial, which begins on March 8.
Here is what we know up thus far in the case, and the way the trial is predicted to unfold.
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Jury range is essential for 2 causes, specialists stated. Research reveals that simply as numerous firms and establishments carry out higher, so do juries, benefiting from a number of views. And if the jury lacks racial range, its verdict would doubtless not be considered as respectable.

Paul Butler, a former prosecutor and professor at Georgetown School of Law, expressed concern that some questions, asking whether or not potential jurors agreed with a collection of statements about race and policing, could be used to disqualify folks of coloration even when the assertion is objectively true — for instance, the assertion “Minneapolis police officers are more likely to respond with force when confronting Black suspects than when dealing with white suspects.”

But Mr. Herbert, the protection lawyer, stated non-public polling performed earlier than the Van Dyke trial confirmed that the overwhelming majority of Black residents have been predisposed to convict. “In these police cases where it’s a white police officer and a Black victim, it is virtually impossible to find a significant number of Blacks that have not prejudged the case, for many reasons, not the least of which is what they have gone through, likely, in the past.”


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FKA Bird  Wrote: (03-08-2021 01:44 AM)
He will get a manslaughter charge?

If he doesn’t serve time it’s going to get ugly..

Anon

Chauvin was charged with 3 different counts..the 3rd degree was dropped by a judge and now it's being appealed by the prosecutors.
This explains all the murder charges,




Trial of Derek Chauvin, Charged in George Floyd’s Death, May Be Delayed. Here’s Why.

MARCH 06, 20211:20 PM

ormer Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is scheduled to go on trial Monday for the May 25 killing of George Floyd. But that plan was put in question Friday after the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that a lower court has to reconsider whether to add a third-degree murder charge against Chauvin. Floyd died May 25 after Chauvin knelt on his neck for nearly eight minutes as Floyd repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe. Opening statements were expected to begin March 29 after a jury selection process.

The court overturned a ruling by Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill that rejected the third-degree charge, and said he must reconsider the prosecution’s request. As far as the appeals court is concerned, it had set precedent on the issue in an unrelated decision last month. “Although parties, attorneys, district court judges, and the public may disagree with this court’s precedential decisions, district courts are bound to follow them,” wrote Court of Appeals Judge Michelle Larkin for the panel of three judges.

What does it mean? No one is quite sure whether it will lead to a delay. And for now the trial has been engulfed in a cloud of uncertainty as experts were quick to express that the situation was highly unusual. “My head is spinning,” Richard Frase, University of Minnesota law professor, told the Star Tribune. “I’ve been a lawyer for 50 years and a Minnesota lawyer for 44 years and I’ve never seen a situation like this.”

Chauvin is already facing a second-degree unintentional murder charge, which is a more serious accusation, as well as a charge for second-degree manslaughter. But prosecutors want to add the third-degree murder charge as a way to assure a path to conviction. “The more charges there are, it kind of suggests to the jury that, ‘Boy, this guy has done all kinds of bad things, he must be guilty of at least one thing,’” Frase told NBC News."



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https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021...delay.html

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What are the challenges with picking the jury?


"George Floyd's death inspired weeks of protests against racial injustice in cities across the world.

The trial will be watched closely and local officials have fortified security around the courthouse and other government buildings ahead of the trial.

Given the extent of graphic evidence in the public eye, Chauvin's trial is considered a real test for a US justice system which faces consistent accusations of racial basis and leniency toward law enforcement.

It'll be highly unlikely that potential jurors will be coming in without any prior knowledge of Floyd's death and each has been asked if they can put previous perceptions aside to decide in a fair and impartial manner.

Professor Valerie Hans, a jury researcher based at Cornell Law School, says the pre-trial questionnaire in this case is more detailed and personal than most.

While in other cases lawyers may only know basics like marital status and occupational information - she says potential jurors in the Chauvin cased are being asked their "deepest attitudes about some of the most important political and social topics of the day".



Will race be a factor in jury selection?

Patterns of extreme responses to the questions will provide opportunity for both sides to raise objections on the basis of fairness.

"Each side, if people are filling out this questionnaire completely, will have a sense going in about who they think would be a relatively favourable juror for them and perhaps not so favourable that the other side would want to strike them."

Despite a body of law affirming that peremptory challenges on the basis of race are unconstitutional, Prof Hans says the judge will need to keep a close eye on patterns emerging with dismissals.

"I think because attitudes about the police do differ by race. And so many of the jury selection questions involve views and perceptions about the fairness of the police - it's inescapable," she says, when asked if race could become a factor in selection."

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Jury selection delayed until tomorrow.

Prosecutors are waiting for their appeal verdict on the addition of 3rd degree charges which a judge overturned and they want reinstated on Chauvin.

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"Downtown in Minneapolis and St Paul, government buildings are blocked off with concrete barriers, chain link fencing and barbed wire. Several thousand officers from various agencies, including 2,000 national guard members, will be on hand in the event of unrest,

although the authorities have pledged to allow peaceful demonstrations.

The trial will be painful, not only the replaying in excruciating detail of Floyd’s prolonged suffering but also the defense’s expected attempts to use factors such as the drugs found in his system to denigrate him."

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"THEY" have been saving this as an Ace up the sleeve !
They will find the Cops NOT guilty and the streets will burn like Los Angeles !
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-09-2021 04:00 AM)
"THEY" have been saving this as an Ace up the sleeve !
They will find the Cops NOT guilty and the streets will burn like Los Angeles !

Who is they and what's the ace?

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Isabella  Wrote: (03-09-2021 04:03 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-09-2021 04:00 AM)
"THEY" have been saving this as an Ace up the sleeve !
They will find the Cops NOT guilty and the streets will burn like Los Angeles !

Who is they and what's the ace?

The CABAL and Race Riots are the Ace .
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