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Judge Peter Cahill will look at arguments submitted by both sides, as well as victim impact statements, community impact statements, a pre-sen…

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Minnesota sentencing data for the five years through 2019 show that of 112 people sentenced for the same conviction as Chauvin, only two got m…

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No matter what sentence Chauvin gets, in Minnesota it's presumed that a defendant with good behavior will serve two-thirds in prison and the r…

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A Basin man who was convicted in 2005 for cutting off the head of a dog is back in court after a federal grand jury in Billings returned an indictment on May 20 charging him with hate crime and firearm violations for allegedly firing a gun into a person's house and threatening the individual with violent, homophobic slurs in 2020, the U.S. Attorney's office said Wednesday.

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Each count carries a different maximum sentence: 40 years for second-degree unintentional murder, 25 years for third-degree murder, and 10 yea…

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Chauvin waived his right to have a jury consider whether there were aggravating factors that would call for an upward departure — leaving that…

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