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Attorneys at Chauvin trial to make final pitch; security beefed up

Attorneys at Chauvin trial to make final pitch; security beefed up

Attorneys in the trial of a former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin are set to make their closing arguments Monday. Chauvin faces a maximum of 40 years in prison if convicted of the most serious charge, second-degree murder. A conviction on any of the charges will require the jury to return a unanimous verdict. Minneapolis, among other US cities, have been heavily fortified ahead of the verdict.

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James 2 weeks

I suspect the jury will bottle it and go for manslaughter to try and keep everyone happy, but it won't be enough for either side.

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