Chauvin obeyed all court orders after he bonded out of jail before trial, showing his amenability to probation, his attorney argued.
The 25-year-old Minneapolis woman gave high marks to the prosecution's lung specialist and the Minneapolis police chief.
It was Chauvin's first court date since he was convicted of murder and manslaughter.
State accuses former Minneapolis cop's lawyer of bad faith argument.
The federal trial will not precede the state's trial.
The trial for Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane was postponed after an indictment on U.S. civil rights charges.
Judge Peter Cahill finds that former officer Derek Chauvin abused authority, treated George Floyd "with particular cruelty."
The vandalism occurred days after the witness said George Floyd was "resting comfortably" at one point on the pavement shortly before his death.
Dr. Roger Mitchell's accusations created a "chilling effect" for Thao and violate his rights to due process, the motion said.
His attorney points to the failure to sequester the jury in the midst of extensive publicity about the case.
Nearly two dozen Democratic elected officials are asking the Justice Department to expand its review of the Minneapolis Police Department to include seven other state and local police agencies.
Federal authorities pursuing their civil rights probe of the Minneapolis Police Department bring with them a deep familiarity with the MPD's inner workings and procedures after years of concern about the department's performance.
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The new charges allege Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao used their positions as police to deprive George Floyd of his constitutional rights.
George Floyd's brother and sister spoke at the Aug. 28 event, which rallied supporters for police reform.
The president has called for action by the anniversary of George Floyd's death