Closing statements in the Derek Chauvin trial are set to begin on Monday. The former Minneapolis police officer is facing charges of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. Many attorneys agree that Chauvin faces an uphill battle to avoid being found guilty on at least one of the charges. That sets up, what would surely be, an appeal of the verdict.
Has Chauvin’s defense team successfully set up potential issues for an appeal in the event of a guilty verdict? What are the chances that an appeal would be successful? Former federal prosecutor and NBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner joins [Un]Common Law to discuss.
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