WEB EXTRA: Judge Reads Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial

A jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all charges in the death of George Floyd. The jurors deliberated for about 10 hours. On Tuesday (4/20), the judge read the verdict.

Video Transcript

PETER CAHILL: --appear in the permanent records of the Fourth Judicial District. State of Minnesota, county of Hennepin. District court, Fourth Judicial District. State of Minnesota, plaintiff, versus Derek Michael Chauvin, defendant.

Verdict count one. Court file number 27 CR 2012646. We, the jury, in the above entitled manner as to count one, unintentional second degree murder while committing a felony, find the defendant guilty. This verdict agreed to this 20th day of April 2021 at 1:44 PM. Signed juror foreperson, juror number 19.

Same caption, verdict count two. We, the jury, in the above entitled manner as to count two, third degree murder, perpetrating an eminently dangerous act, find the defendant guilty. This verdict agreed to this 20th day of April 2021 at 1:45 PM. Signed by jury foreperson juror number 19.

Same caption. Verdict count three. We the jury, in the above entitled manner as to count three, second degree manslaughter, culpable negligence, creating an unreasonable risk, find the defendant guilty. This verdict agreed to this 20th day of April 2021 at 1:45 PM. Jury foreperson 019.

Members of the jury, I'm not going to ask you individually if these are your true and correct verdicts. Please respond yes or no.

Juror number two, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes

PETER CAHILL: Juror number nine, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 19, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 27, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 44, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 52, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 55, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 79, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 85, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 89, is this-- are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 91, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Juror number 92, are these your true and correct verdicts?

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Are these your verdicts? So say you one, so say you all.

- Yes.

PETER CAHILL: Members of the jury, I find that the verdicts as read reflect the will of the jury and will be filed accordingly.

I have to thank you on behalf of the people of the state of Minnesota for not only jury service, but heavy-duty jury service. What I'm going to ask you to do now is to follow the deputy back into your usual room. And I will join you in a few minutes to answer questions and to advise you further. So all rise for the jury.