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Defense Closing Argument: Chauvin 'Does Not Need To Prove His Innocence' | NBC News

NBC, 20 Apr 2021
During his closing argument in the Derek Chauvin trial, defense attorney Eric Nelson focused on the legal principles "presumption of innocence" and "proof beyond a reasonable doubt." He explained that Chauvin does not need to prove that he is innocent, the jury must reach a verdict solely based on the case that was presented by the prosecution.
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Defense Closing Argument: Chauvin 'Does Not Need To Prove His Innocence' | NBC News
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