Derek Chauvin Asking For Retrial In George Floyd Murder Case

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Chauvin was found guilty in June 2021 and sentenced to over 22 years in prison. NBC News’ Danny Cevallos reports on how strong of an argument the former Minneapolis police officer’s lawyers have in this new request.

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