Jury selection paused for ex-cop charged in Floyd’s death

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    Jury selection for a former #Minneapolis #police officer charged in #GeorgeFloyd’s death was halted before it began Monday by the state’s effort to add a third-degree #murder charge. As hundreds of protesters rallied outside the courthouse to call for Derek Chauvin’s conviction, Judge Peter Cahill said he did not have jurisdiction to rule on whether the third-degree murder charge should be reinstated while the issue is being appealed.

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