Friday could be a pivotal day in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, with attorneys hoping to pick two final jurors and the judge ruling on possibly moving or delaying the trial.
The court, for hours, heard from more potential jurors, with both Chauvin's attorney and prosecutors questioning them about their knowledge of the case, the protests and Floyd's death. Jurors faced a battery of questions about whether they could set aside any existing opinions to serve impartially.
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