David Schultz is Hamline University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and University of Minnesota Professor of Law. A three-time Fulbright scholar and author of more than 35 books and 200+ articles, he has taught criminal justice and law classes for more than 30 years.
The verdict is in but what’s next for sentencing, an appeal, or the other police officers?
As the verdict loomed, we talked about tactics used by the prosecution and defense as well as why the judge decided to admit certain types of evidence.
As the verdict loomed, we broke down the cases presented by the prosecution and defense.
In this Part 4, we cover timelines, use of force, and what it means if Morris Hall (who was with George Floyd) doesn’t testify.
Our coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial continues with Professor David Schultz.
Join us as we continue to go through the biggest criminal trial in a generation point by point.
The biggest criminal trial in a generation and we’re going through it point by point.
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