Jurors began deliberations on Monday after closing arguments in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged with murder in the death of George Floyd last year.

In their final arguments, both the prosecution and defense focused on reasonable doubt. Prosecutors argued that there is none, and that the jury can believe what it sees on video — Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes — and trust the expert testimony that has been given.

“This case is exactly what you thought when you saw it first,” prosecutor Steve Schleicher said. “It’s exactly what you saw with your eyes. … This wasn’t policing. This was murder.”

Chauvin attorney Eric J. Nelson suggested that a “reasonable police officer” would find that the 17 minutes before Chauvin acted would be relevant, adding that witness perception of Floyd’s death might not fully capture what happened.

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