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Derek Chauvin, former Minneapolis police officer accused of the murder of George Floyd, he will be able to leave Minnesota before his trial due to “security concerns,” according to NBC.

Despite Chauvin facing murder and manslaughter charges, with undeniable evidence from the video that showed him kneeling on his victim’s neck for about eight minutes, leading to his death, the defendant may leave his state for “security concerns”, presented before the judge by the Department of Corrections, last Friday,

The alleged perpetrator of the crime was arrested at the end of May until last Wednesday, since he has remained in provisional release, thanks to a million dollar bail. Although said deposit has not had to do with the green light that has been granted to leave Minnesota.

The judge also ruled that it will not have a “permanent address” in the public court information system, although it does you will need to report your new address to your parole officer, who can share it with the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Court Security Division, the prosecution and the defense.

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