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

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

 

Jury selection was scheduled to resume at 9 a.m. ET Wednesday. The judge has set aside at least three weeks for jury selection. Opening statements are scheduled no sooner than March 29.

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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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6 Comments on "Jury selection continues in the trial of Derek Chauvin Wednesday | USA TODAY"

  1. Steve Yancey | March 17, 2021 at 5:25 PM | Reply

    Hell, he is innocent! The suspect died from a drug overdose.

    • william smith | March 17, 2021 at 11:40 PM | Reply

      Lol what a azz

    • Steve Yancey | March 18, 2021 at 6:58 AM | Reply

      @william smith yeah, that raging bull was hyped up on meth, coke, smoke, blow, and who knows what. An “azz” is putting it nicely with all the riots he caused.

    • Steve Yancey | March 18, 2021 at 9:56 PM | Reply

      @william smith not only that, reefer pot grass. Yea, that Mr. Floyd was on the hard pot. Stoned to the bone… he had a bad case of the reefer madness. It’s a known fact

  2. hoonsiew yeo | March 17, 2021 at 6:13 PM | Reply

    American justice is simply the laws of the darkness far worse and despicable than laws of the jungle as all verdict must be pre – judged pre – determined or prejudiced. There isn’t any civility in american civilization – only false hopes.

  3. Why was chauvin in a suit and not shackels? We all watch him kill in cold blood. He is sick and needs to be locked up.

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