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    Will Chauvin Convictions Spur Change Among Police?

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  • Derek Chauvin pleads guilty to violating George Floyd's federal civil rights

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  • Derek Chauvin pleads not guilty to charges of violating 14-year-old boy's civil rights

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  • “The whole system isn’t going to change based on one officer being convicted”

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  • NYT: Trump admin. considered using military on Floyd protests

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  • Judge sends message with historic prison sentence for Derek Chauvin

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  • George Floyd's brother: I think Chauvin should've gotten the maximum

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  • 'Historic': See George Floyd's killer sentenced to 22.5 years after global police reckoning

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  • ‘We don’t get justice’: Jacob Blake’s father breaks down after Derek Chauvin sentencing

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  • After Derek Chauvin’s sentencing, people ‘should feel torn’ says Michael Eric Dyson

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  • Benjamin Crump says Chauvin sentence should be the 'norm' for police brutality cases

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  • Minnesota AG Keith Ellison says Chauvin sentence is 'not enough,' calls on lawmakers to pass George Floyd Act

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  • Sharpton reacts to Chauvin sentence: An ‘incomplete message’ of accountability

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  • Derek Chauvin sentenced to 22 and a half years for murder of George Floyd

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  • Chauvin wishes Floyd family ‘peace of mind’ at sentencing hearing

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  • Chauvin's mother speaks at sentencing: ‘My son is a good man’

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  • George Floyd's brother asks judge to give Chauvin 'maximum sentence possible'

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Cashier who sold George Floyd cigarettes: 'It would appear that he was high'

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During the Derek Chauvin trial, Christopher Martin, an employee at the Cup Foods, testified that when George Floyd came into the convenience store, he appeared to be "high," but Martin also said that he was able to interact and speak with Floyd.