The death of George Floyd, and subsequent criminal charges brought against the Minneapolis police officers involved, caused reverberations around the world, making it one of the most talked about criminal proceedings in recent history. So much so that the judge overseeing the case recently handed down a gag order silencing all involved in the case.
Court TV Legal Correspondent Chanley Painter will join Vinnie with the latest on the judge’s ruling. Was the gag order necessary, or even constitutional? Vinnie’s special guest attorney Randall Kessler thinks so. But is it too late to put the genie back in the bottle? Can an impartial jury ever be seated for a case with this much exposure? If not, does that benefit the prosecution or the defense?
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