Key Moments Entering Day 11 of the Derek Chauvin Trial

Key Moments Entering Day 11 of the Derek Chauvin Trial

The third week of testimony in the trial of the former officer Derek Chauvin will begin on Monday with prosecutors continuing to call witnesses they think will bolster their argument that Mr. Chauvin caused George Floyd’s death by pinning him to the ground for more than nine minutes.

The defense has been able to cross-examine them but must wait to begin making its case — that Mr. Floyd died from underlying health conditions and the use of drugs — in earnest by calling its own witnesses. That process will be followed by closing arguments from both sides and jury deliberation.

A verdict is possible late this week or early next week.

Here are some of the key statements that witnesses have made during the trial.

Dr. Andrew Baker,
Hennepin County medical examiner

Dr. Lindsey Thomas,
forensic pathologist

Dr. Martin J. Tobin,
pulmonologist and critical care physician

Dr. Bill Smock,
Surgeon for the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department

Former sgt. David Pleoger,
recently retired From the Minneapolis Police Department

Sgt. Jody Stiger,
Los Angeles Police Department Inspector General’s Office

Chief Medaria Arradondo,
Minneapolis Police Department

Derek Smith,
paramedic who treated Mr. Floyd

Nicole Mackenzie,
medical support coordinator for the Minneapolis Police Department

Courteney Ross,
Mr. Floyd’s girlfriend

Christopher Martin,
Cup Foods cashier who took $20 bill from Mr. Floyd

Genevieve Hansen,
off-duty firefighter at the scene of Mr. Floyd’s arrest

Darnella Frazier,
teenager who filmed Mr. Floyd’s arrest

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