George Floyd’s Alleged Murderer Derek Chauvin Allowed to Leave Minnesota
Derek chauvin – the ex-cop accused of murder George floyd – is now cleared to leave the state of Minnesota pending trial … after a judge ruled there were concerns about his safety.
Hennepin County judge changed the terms of Chauvin’s bond on Thursday, a day after he was released after posting $ 1 million. The former Minneapolis police officer can now reside in Minnesota OR a bordering state pending trial.
The decision came after the Corrections Department provided evidence to support safety concerns for Chauvin … according to the judge’s order.
Chauvin must report his new address to the police and will remain under normal surveillance pending his murder trial … which is scheduled for March.
Chauvin is required to obtain and carry a cell phone with him at all times and to answer all calls from the Minnesota Department of Corrections.
As to which states are contiguous with Minnesota – North and South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin.
As we reported … Chauvin faces 2nd degree charges after leaving his knee on Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds on May 25.
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