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Courtesy Ben Crump LawBy JULIA JACOBO, ABC News(MINNEAPOLIS) — The trial for Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd, is set to begin Monday morning.Chauvin was seen on cellphone video taken by a bystander on May 25 kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes as he stated repeatedly that he could not breathe.Police had responded to the scene at a Cup Foods convenience store after Floyd was accused of using a fake $20 bill to make a purchase. His death sparked nationwide protests, some accompanied by looting, vandalism and destruction, over police brutality against Black people after the cellphone video went viral.City officials have ramped up security at the Hennepin County Government Center, where the trial is being held, in anticipation of more demonstrations. Up to 2,000 National Guard troops will be deployed to Minneapolis by the time a verdict in the trial is rendered.Chauvin, 45, has been charged with second-degree unintentional murder, second-degree manslaughter and third-degree murder. He is being tried separately from the other former officers who were present during Floyd’s death.If convicted, Chauvin could face a maximum of 40 years for second-degree murder, 25 years for third-degree murder and 10 years for manslaughter.He has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. The third-degree murder charged was dismissed in October but was reinstated during the jury selection process after the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that Hennepin County District Court Judge Peter Cahill erred when he dismissed the count and instructed him to reconsider his decision.A full jury was seated last week — 12 jurors and three alternates — after defense attorneys, prosecutors and the judge presiding over the case spent 11 days questioning a pool of potential jurors.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
12 Sovereign Way, Samford The spacious kitchen at 12 Sovereign Way, SamfordMr Sparks said he loved the gym.“It’s like my mancave,” he said.“We’ve got a 12-seater steam room and the other thing I love about this home is the home theatre. “I definitely spend a lot of time in there. The kids have slumber parties with their friends in there too.” 12 Sovereign Way, SamfordGary Sparks’ home in Samford Valley’s Royal Estate is an architecturally designed masterpiece.Mr Sparks, an investment sales manager, said he bought 12 Sovereign Way, from a builder seven years ago.But the time has come for his family to downsize from the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home, with a nine-car garage on a 770sq m block. The home theatre has star-like lighting on the ceiling.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Mr Sparks said the home was extremely spacious, with the garage having its own private office.“The home is just too big for us now. We need something smaller,” said Mr Sparks, who has two daughters aged 11 and 13. Mr Sparks said the home had a 14m swimming pool, a flood lit tennis court, landscaped gardens and a fully fenced children’s playground. “No doubt the kids are going to miss the play area,” Mr Sparks said. He said there was an endless supply of water on the property with two 40,000-litre tanks on site, and a grey water system. 12 Sovereign Way, SamfordMr Sparks said the home was a great house in which to hold family gatherings and parties.He remembered recent New Year’s Eve parties on the tennis court area. Mr Sparks said his property was one of the very few blocks in the Royal Estate, set on 2.5 acres, of “dead flat” land.Belle Property Samford agent Georgie Haug said the home was destined to become Samford Valley’s benchmark for living and entertaining excellence.
Mumbai: Star India all-rounder Harmanpreet Kaur will lead the 15-member India squad at the upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup with Bengal’s rookie batswoman Richa Ghosh being the only new face in the team. The Women in Blue will kick-off their campaign at the showpiece event against hosts Australia in Sydney on February 21. Meanwhile, after some back to back consistent show, young batting sensation Shafali Verma will also be a part of the India squad which will also mark her first appearance in an ICC event. India are placed in Group A along with hosts Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh while Group B comprises England, South Africa, the West Indies, Pakistan and Thailand.The Hemlata Kala-lead All-India Women’s Selection Committee also announced a 16-member squad for a tri-series in Australia prior to the T20 World Cup. Nuzhat Parveen has been included in the squad as the 16th member for the series which will feature England beside India and Australia. India will take on England in the tri-series opener Manuka Oval in Canberra on January 31 with the final slated to be held on February 12. IANSAlso Read: Harleen Deol replaces Harmanpreet Kaur in Indian womens ODI squadAlso Watch: Protesters, who walked all the way from Tinsukia-Guwahati to protest against CAA 2019, Detained!