Derek Chauvin Could Plead Guilty In George Floyd Case

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It’s been revealed that Derek Chauvin could be pleading guilty in the case of George Floyd . Check out the post that The Shade Room shared below.

TSR notes that ‘Minneapolis Police Officer #DerekChauvin is preparing to change his not-guilty plea this upcoming Wednesday in the federal case for violating #GeorgeFloyd’s civil rights, according to @apnews.’

TSR also said: ‘Derek has already been convicted of murder and manslaughter charges in George’s death. He, along with former officers #ThomasLane, #JKueng, and #TouThao, are set to go to trial in March for federal charges alleging they willfully violated George’s rights.’

A follower posted this: ‘One thing I’m sick of is hearing his name,’ and a commenter said: ‘can somebody just give him the electric chair atp ? im sick of this little weasel.’

A commenter said this: ‘Where is Gerald Butler when we need him?? if you saw #LawAbidenCitizen then you know,’ and one other follower said: ‘Any lawyers know what this might mean for him?’

One fan posted this: ‘Let’s not forget about the other cops !!,’ and another follower said: ‘how is he even able to do this when he’s already been given his guilty verdict and sentenced.’

A commenter wrote: ‘I bet when he changes to guilty he’s gonna have some space to fight for less time or get out on parole or something.’

Someone else said: ‘I literally just don’t think you could be anymore guilty. Can someone in law explain to me, how you can plead not guilty if you’re caught on camera ???’

Back in October, it was revealed that Derek Chauvin denied a request for a public defender in his appeal for a murder conviction in the George Floyd case.

The Shade Room revealed that ‘Derek Chauvin formally filed an appeal for his murder conviction for the May 2020 death of #GeorgeFloyd—and the court has now denied a crucial request in his goal to get his verdict appealed. According to new reports, the Minnesota Supreme Court has officially denied Derek Chauvin’s request for a public defender in his appeal for his April conviction for murdering George Floyd.’

There are not too many people who show love to Derek these days.