Derek Chauvin’s Attorney Wants Him Sentenced to Probation
Derek Chauvin’s attorney, Eric Nelson, is requesting that his client, a convicted murderer, receives a sentence of probation because he’s the “product of a broken system” who could still be an “asset to the community.”
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The prosecutors, on the other hand, are seeking a 30-year sentence. Chauvin was convicted for the murder of George Floyd on April 21 and is scheduled for sentencing on June 25.