Former Brooklyn Center officer Kimberly Potter has been sentenced to two years (24 months) in prison
Potter’s sentencing hearing is set for Friday at 9 a.m.
Democratic leaders want to address the rise in crime by funding community policing, crime prevention, and social work.
Hennepin County District Judge Regina Chu read the verdict in court Thursday after the jury wrapped up deliberations totaling roughly 27 hours.
Before beginning deliberations Wednesday, jurors had been discussing the case for about 15 hours so far.
Kimberly Potter, the former Brooklyn Center police officer on trial in the shooting death of Daunte Wright, is expected to take the stand Friday
The sixth day of testimony in the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter is set for Wednesday.
The fifth day of testimony in the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter begins Tuesday morning.
(KSTP) - Monday, jurors received a detailed look at the autopsy performed on Daunte Wright as the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter resumed for the fourth day of testimony.
The trial of a Minnesota police officer charged in the shooting death of Daunte Wright opens its second week of testimony Monday.
Court is set to reconvene Monday at 9 a.m.
Testimony in the Kim Potter trial continues on day three.
Testimony is set to continue Thursday in the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter.
After a 20-minute break, the defense laid out its case to the jury, saying Potter was following her training to save a fellow officer and simply grabbed her gun instead of the Taser.
Opening statements are underway at the manslaughter trial of the Minnesota police officer who killed Daunte Wright.
The attorneys for both sides laid out their proposals for jury instructions, with Chu rendering her decision on most of them.
The jurors are anonymous and haven't been allowed to be shown on camera or identified by name, as according to Judge Regina Chu's order.
The jurors who will hear testimony in former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter's trial in the death of Daunte Wright are a mostly white group, with two people who identify as Asian and one as Black.
A mostly white jury has been seated for the trial of a former Minnesota police officer
Trial is underway for former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter.
Jury selection enters day 3 for the trial of State vs Kim Potter.
Jury selection begins Tuesday in the trial of State vs Kim Potter.
Jury selection continues in the trial of State vs Kim Potter
Tuesday, Brooklyn Center officials released plans regarding protesting as the trial of former police officer Kim Potter began.
Potter shot and killed Wright during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center on April 11.