CNN Legal Analyst Implies That Derek Chauvin Has to Prove Innocence to Be Acquitted

CNN Legal Analyst Implies That Derek Chauvin Has to Prove Innocence to Be Acquitted


On Thursday, the closing arguments were presented in the high-profile trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, who is accused of killing George Floyd in 2020.

While Chauvin was convicted long ago in the fiery mob-justice court of public opinion as irrefutably guilty of perpetuating systemic racism, he is still subject to the protections of the Constitution and is being tried in a court of law, meaning he is presumed innocent as the prosecution attempts to prove his guilt.

His attorney Eric Nelson was thus tasked as every defense attorney is with rebutting the accusations put forward by the prosecution.

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During his closing arguments on Thursday, Nelson summarized his case that there was simply no evidence his client had “intentionally, purposefully applied an unlawful force” to George Floyd, who died after Chauvin knelt on him for nearly ten minutes in a chilling incident that went viral, sparking nationwide protests and riots

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