(CNN) –– The guilt of all the charges: the verdict of the arbitral tribunal in the trial on it Of Derek Chuv For the death of George Floyd.
All 12 judges found Suu Kyi guilty of manslaughter, intentional defamation, and manslaughter with contempt, and accidental homicide on a convict’s commission.
What’s next? After Judge Peter Cahill read and confirmed the verdict with the arbitral tribunal, he announced the next technical steps, including scheduling the sentence within eight weeks.
Cahill said the court would examine Derek Suev’s written arguments “within a week” and release the true results in this case. They will order an investigation report before sentencing, which must be completed “within four weeks.” It is followed by a pre-sentence investigation report in six weeks and “we will get a sentence in eight weeks.”
Members of the arbitral tribunal The discussion resumed this Monday at 4 p.m. This is 8 a.m. local time. The court did not mention in the notice when the judges stopped arguing.
The 45-year-old Suu Kyi was charged with accidental homicide, accidental homicide, contempt of life and accidental homicide on a criminal commission, in which she pleaded not guilty. Fees should be considered separately. So Suu Kyi can blame everyone, some of them or none at all.
George Floyd’s brother, Pilonis Floyd, responded to CNN’s Sarah Sidner by saying that she had not been told about it until she called him. “It’s a historic case for the United States. It’s very personal for the family,” Floyd told CNN.
“It must be true that the police officer has been charged,” he added. He also said he would be in court when the verdict was read.
Arguments in the Floyd case
Following the final arguments of the prosecutor’s office and defense this Monday, the arbitral tribunal deliberately began to reopen. To complete his case, a lawyer knelt for 9 minutes and 29 seconds on Floyd’s neck and back because of his pride and ego in front of witnesses.
He would not let those passers-by tell him what to do. He is going to do what he wants, as long as he wants. He has nothing because he has power and they can do nothing. He had the power, the other cops, the spectators did not, “said attorney Steve Schleicher.” He tried to win, and George Floyd paid for it with his life. “
At the time of Floyd’s death on May 25, 2020, prosecutors specifically discussed the former guard’s state of mind. Significant elements of intentional murder charges and arbitrary manslaughter are very dangerous to others who have been charged against him.
Responding, defense attorney Eric Nelson said he would act as a “sensible agent” for Suu Kyi in that situation. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
“You have to look at it from the level of a fair police officer. Remember that officers are human beings who can make mistakes in stressful situations,” Nelson said. , No matter how attractive it is. This is a reasonable suspicion, ”he stressed.
Attorney Jerry Blackwell rejected the claim that Floyd died of a condition known as dead heart or chronic cardiomyopathy.
“The reason George Floyd died was because Mr. Sue’s heart was so small,” he said.
Later, Judge Peter Cahill briefed the judges on the law before and after concluding the arguments on Monday. Finally, he sent them out of the courtroom just after 5pm Miami time to discuss the verdict this Tuesday.
The case of George Floyd
During the trial, prosecutors called 38 witnesses to testify. Among them were experts in the use of force by the police who criticized Suu Kyi and medical experts who explained how Floyd died. Defense called seven of his own witnesses, but not Suv, because he did not testify to his Fifth Amendment.
The inquest, 11 months after Floyd’s death, sparked widespread protests on a Minneapolis street over police treatment of blacks.
Tensions are high throughout the region, and authorities have tightened security around Minneapolis. The Hennepin County Government Center has been surrounded by fences and barricades since jury selection began in March. Last week, groups set up barbed wire around some police buildings. National Guard troops are stationed in some parts of the city of Minneapolis.
A statement from his office on Monday said that Tim Walls had requested additional assistance from Ohio and Nebraska law enforcement before the verdict.
With input by Eric Levanson and Aaron Cooper.