Minnesota Appeals Court Upholds Derek Chauvin's Conviction for George Floyd's Murder
Former Minneapolis police officer's sentence of 22 1/2 years remains in place after court rejects his appeal arguments.
MINNEAPOLIS (XNews) — Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's second-degree murder conviction in the killing of George Floyd was upheld by the Minnesota Court of Appeals on Monday. Chauvin's 22 1/2-year sentence also remains in place. Chauvin's attorney had asked the …
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