NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE R ecently, there was a ruling by Minnesota’s highest court that would have been big news if it had happened prior to Derek Chauvin’s trial for the killing of George Floyd — as it should have. At this point, its importance is greatly diminished, even though it will almost certainly result in the reversal and dismissal of one of the charges against the former Minneapolis cop — specifically, the third-degree “depraved indifference” murder count.
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