Even though Chauvin was found guilty of three counts, under Minnesota law, he could only be sentenced on the most serious crime — second-degree murder.
Prison experts predict that Derek Chauvin will be a prime target for so-called jail justice after he's sentenced on Friday, likely paving the way for inmates to "kill him" behind bars and get revenge for George Floyd's murder.
A high school principal in Colorado decided to quit weeks after a photo of several of her students re-enacting the horrific murder of George Floyd went viral on social media.
On the one year anniversary of George Floyd’s death the community is facing yet another tragedy. Police reportedly responded to reports of over a dozen of shots Tuesday near the area that George Floyd was killed, one person was transferred to the medical center with a non-life-threatening injury. This has shaken the community considering the George […]
One year after the murder of George Floyd, his story lives on through art.
With the one-year mark since George Floyd's murder, here's what's changed on the national police reform front -- and what hasn't -- since that fateful Memorial Day in Minneapolis.
Following Derek Chauvin being found guilty in the death of George Floyd there has been more pressure put on the officers involved involved. A federal grand jury has now indicted the four former Minneapolis police officers in connection with George Floyds death. CNN reports, The indictment says Derek Chauvin — who was convicted last month on […]
Minnesota prosecutors want Derek Chauvin to get a stiffer penalty for killing George Floyd than prescribed by law because of his "particular cruelty."
Many feel that Chauvin's guilty verdict could launch massive reform in policing across the country, but with the simultaneous killing of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant, there is undoubtedly more work left to do.
This week our country witnessed history in the form of the George Floyd murder trial. Both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have confirmed there is more work to be done.
The weeks long trial had captivated America as Minneapolis braced for a verdict in a death which shook up the globe.