Seven jurors were seated last week — a faster-than-expected pace as the court seeks to impanel 12 jurors and up to four alternates. Beyond jury selection, there were also fresh revelations about the investigation into Floyd’s death and hints of strategy from both sides in the landmark case.
What to know
- Chauvin didn’t speak to investigators or his supervisors after Floyd’s death
- Judge warns prosecutors on ‘spark-of-life’ testimony
- Chauvin’s attorney is subtly trying to change his client’s image
- Jurors will hear that Chauvin was fired, but not why