Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill sentenced former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin to 22.5 years for the murder of George Floyd. The court heard victim-impact statements from four members of Floyd's family, and Chauvin gave brief remarks.
The former Minneapolis police officer agreed to a plea deal that recommends he serve 25 years, instead of life, in a federal prison.
Declassified intelligence briefings show that law enforcement authorities were on high alert.
While three-quarters of the respondents said they believed Blacks and people of color were treated unequally by the criminal justice system, less than a quarter thought the system was failing.
Next hearing is set for Jan. 21, 2022, in Washington County District Court
Chauvin was convicted of murder, manslaughter in death of George Floyd
Scott Yelle posted about the job on social media and gave details to a TV show in violation of nondisclosure agreements, the suit alleges.
Chauvin raised more than a dozen issues on written appeals to state Court of Appeals
He cites several rulings by Judge Peter Cahill and is seeking a public defender.
Charges allege Chauvin held the teenager down until he passed out in 2017
A judge had sealed the names and information citing possible harassment.
Ex-officers filed motion in pending civil rights case.
The attorney general's office questioned the phrasing in Judge Peter Cahill's sentencing memorandum for Derek Chauvin.
Sometimes there's no neutral ground. You stand with your neighbors or you stand against them.
Although the darkness still lingers, the sun poked through the clouds on Tuesday.
No justice, no peace, even when you prosecute police
The defendants' decisions were announced Monday morning as jury selection in their joint trial was about to begin.
His wife is scheduled to be sentenced in January for her role in the fires that followed George Floyd's murder.
Government sought more prison time for violating George Floyd's civil rights.
The U had distanced itself from the Minneapolis Police Department shortly after George Floyd's murder.
U.S. marshals took custody of the former Minneapolis police officer Wednesday morning and escorted him on a flight.