Interesting. My uncle was a Maj. Gen. USA and and was involved in efforts to modernize the Army in the early 1960s (retired in 1965). He supported...
Yes, the sum and substance of the prosecution argument is that Chauvin acted against policy and sound judgment causing the death of George Floyd....
The witnesses are saying Floyd was killed by Chauvin, not by a health issue.
"Dead" is permanent.
So, you think the point above in blue is irrelevant?
The cardiologist today ruled out heart failure and drugs.
A nonissue. Did Chauvin's actions illegally bring about the death George Floyd?
God would be REAL wrong in that case.
Obviously. If she ends up pregnant against her wishes, she may turn to abortion to terminate.
There's no requirement in the statute the "serious bodily harm" be permanent.
When you put you body weight on the back of someone who is face...
No witness called by the prosecution would endorse your version of reality. They all said the actions of police cause Floyd's...
No, because they didn't act to protect the life and health of a prisoner. Asking for help from a EMT without identification may not have been the...
I think the have a strong enough case to get a conviction, but we'll see what Chauvin presents as a defense. Maybe he can counter effectively.
They're grasping at straws. We'll see what the defense puts forward and supports as an alternate cause of death.
That has largely been disposed of as a cause by the prosecution.
You appear to have some of your basic facts wrong.
Her expressed concern for Floyd's wellbeing is important support for sustaining a manslaughter charge.
Relevance of this?
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