Jury selection continues in the trial of Derek Chauvin | USA TODAY 1

Jury selection continues in the trial of Derek Chauvin | USA TODAY

 

Jury selection resumes in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin while an appeal proceeds over the possible reinstatement of a third-degree murder charge.
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Jury selection concluded Tuesday in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin after a painstaking process where lawyers questioned 10 potential jurors about their knowledge of the high-profile case and whether they could set aside any existing opinions to serve as an impartial juror. Three jurors have been seated.

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26 comments

    1. Not one thing Mr. Floyd ever did would justify murdering him. He was a person. He deserved to be treated with respect.

    1. It won’t matter! Another piece of theatre for the willing audience.

      Police been killing Black with impunity since slave patrols!

    2. That document was not for us, it was for copboy. Word on the streets is they better get this right or what we have coming is way more than a protest and will involve calculated and well planned death in and around that whole area.

    1. He did it looking people in the eye while they were screaming at him, pleading with him to stop.
      It was deliberate
      intentional murder.
      No immunity!

  1. Why state the obvious, had not been for the in counter of those officers; he would still be living!

  2. They should get the guy who sold him the lethal dose of fentanyl on the jury. Just continue the bizarro world we’re living in these days.

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