A newly reduced prison sentence for former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, who was originally convicted of third-degree murder, has prompted speculation about the legal implications it has for Derek Chauvin, who was found guilty of the same charge for killing George Floyd.
The Minnesota Supreme Court overturned a third-degree murder conviction of Mohamed Noor, the former Minneapolis Police officer who shot and killed Justine Ruszczyk Damond on July 15, 2017.
Mohamed Noor will be sentenced on Friday.
Mohamed Noor is facing 30 years in prison.
The settlement is reportedly the largest for police violence in the state of Minnesota.
Mohamed Noor, who killed an unarmed Australian woman named Justine Damond, was found guilty of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter.
Mohamed Noor shot Justine Damond on July 15, 2017.
Mohamed Noor is currently on trial for shooting Justine Damond.
A Black cop who killed a white woman uses the same defense as killer white cops.
Mohamed Noor shot and killed an unarmed Australian woman named Justine Damond in July of 2017.
A judge granted Mohamed Noor's defense team the opportunity to examine a police vehicle, but they failed to show up.
Court to examine Justine Damond's shooting.
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