The conviction of Derek Chauvin on all three counts against him inserts new dynamics into the case against the three other former officers charged in the killing of George Floyd.
A judge's order to allow the broadcast of Derek Chauvin's trial will still apply to the trial of the other three former Minneapolis officers charged in Floyd's death, according to the court system.
Last June, NPR's Ari Shapiro spoke with three police officers about being Black in law enforcement. We revisit those officers to talk about the Chauvin verdict and what's next for police reform.
Chauvin and others indicted for violation of Floyd's civil right to not be subject to unreasonable seizure.
A federal grand jury in Minnesota has voted to indict the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the May 25, 2020, arrest of George Floyd, according to indictments unsealed Friday.
Attorney Eric Nelson alleges prosecutorial and jury misconduct and errors of law at trial and says the verdict was contrary to law
A federal grand jury has indicted Derek Chauvin and three other former Minneapolis police officers on civil rights charges in the death of George Floyd. Chauvin, 45, and Tou Thao, 35; J. Alexander Kueng, 27; and Thomas Lane, 38, were charged in a three count indictment of willfully depriving Floyd of his constitutional rights. Chauvin [
The white former police officer was found guilty of the murder and manslaughter of George Floyd.
A Minnesota court has set a June sentencing date for Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.
Derek Chauvin's attorney says he deserves a new trial after the former Minneapolis police officer got convicted for murdering George Floyd. Chauvin's attorney, Eric Nelson, filed legal docs Tuesday asking for the jury verdict in his murder trial to
Next month, a judge will sentence former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. Prosecutors are asking the judge in the case to give Chauvin a more severe penalty.
Minnesota prosecutors have asked a judge to give Derek Chauvin a harsher prison sentence than what state guidelines recommend — arguing that the convicted ex-cop treated George Floyd “with particular cruelty.” In paperwork filed Friday, prosecutors made their case for an aggravated sentence, arguing that Floyd was left particularly vulnerable when he was pinned down