Derek Chauvin Sentenced To 22.5 Years In Prison – Now Discussing Negotiation Plea Deal With Prosecutors

Derek Chauvin is allegedly negotiating with prosecutors, according to Town Hall.

Chauvin said, “There’s gonna be some other information in the future that would be of interest and I hope things will give you some peace of mind.”

From Town Hall:

WCCO also reports that “as part of a possible plea deal Chauvin would have to publicly explain what he did to Floyd and why.” In return, “Chauvin could get a 20- to 25-year sentence, which he would serve at the same time as the state sentence, and that he would serve his time in federal not state prison.”

Without a plea, Chauvin risks being convicted in federal court — as he was on all charges brought against him by Minnesota prosecutors — for using excessive force against George Floyd and depriving Floyd of his civil rights, for which “Chauvin could face life in prison,” according to WCCO.