Derek Chauvin Trial, April 13 Live Updates: The State Rests Its Case; Defense Begins To Call Witnesses - CBS Minnesota
Apr 13, 2021 2 mins, 37 secs

On the body-worn camera footage shown in court throughout the trial, one of the arresting officers, Thomas Lane, can be heard mentioning “excited delirium” as George Floyd is being held down.

UPDATE (11:32 a.m.): Minneapolis Park Police officer Peter Chang testifies in the trial of Derek Chauvin.

Not long after, another former witness appears on the video, Charles McMillian, who testified for the state about watching Chauvin pin Floyd down.

Defense in #DerekChauvin brings on Minneapolis Park Police Officer Peter Chang who responded to the scene, testified as his body camera showed him pacing back and forth that he was “concerned about the Officers safety because of the crowd”.

UPDATE (10:40 a.m.): Shawanda Hill, who was with George Floyd in a vehicle before he was arrested on May 25, testified in the Derek Chauvin trial.

UPDATE (10:21 a.m.): Retired Hennepin County paramedic Michelle Moseng testifies in the Derek Chauvin trial.

She examined George Floyd following his arrest on May 6, 2019, almost a year before his fatal encounter with Chauvin.

UPDATE (9:37 a.m.): The state has rested its case in the trial of Derek Chauvin.

Creighton, a retired Minneapolis police officer who arrested George Floyd on May 6, 2019, almost a year before his fatal arrest at 38th and Chicago.

Mpls Police Officer Scott Creighton is testifying about arresting George Floyd on May 6, 2019.

According to the defense, which is expected to begin calling witnesses Tuesday morning, the video shows park police arriving at 38th and Chicago and interacting with the passengers in George Floyd’s car.

In a motions hearing before the jury was seated, prosecutors argued that the video contains hearsay and shows George Floyd’s personal information when the officer looks him up on the squad computer.

Throughout the trial, the defense has worked to show that the crowd who watched Floyd’s arrest — and yelled at Chauvin — were a distraction to officers.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As the Derek Chauvin trial is expected to move into its next phase on Tuesday, with the defense beginning to call witnesses, one question hangs over the proceedings: Will the former Minneapolis police officer take the stand and explain to jurors why he knelt on George Floyd’s neck.

RELATED: Prosecution Finishes Questioning Their Last Witnesses In Derek Chauvin Trial.

Prosecutors say that the widely-seen bystander video of Floyd’s arrest outside a south Minneapolis convenience store tells jurors all they need to know: That Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds as Floyd lay prone, handcuffed and repeatedly saying he couldn’t breathe.

The city’s police chief said the officer, identified as Kim Potter, meant to use her Taser on Wright but accidentally shot him

RELATED: Philonise Floyd Sheds Tears For His Brother George While On The Stand In Chauvin Trial

The prosecution ended its case Monday with testimony from a nationally recognized use-of-force expert, a cardiologist and Floyd’s younger brother, Philonise Floyd

Wiping tears from his eyes, Philonise Floyd testified about who his brother was as family photos of George Floyd were shown in court, including one of him as a baby with his mother

Philonise Floyd said his brother was devastated by their mother’s death in 2018

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