Former federal prosecutor says there’s a ‘strong case’ against fired officer Derek Chauvin
Former federal prosecutor Doug Burns shares expectations on how the trial will proceed.
The murder trial of Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer charged with the death of George Floyd, is set to begin March 29.
Fox News will present coverage surrounding the historic trial throughout the week. Here’s what to know:
When to watch:
Fox News’ Martha MacCallum will cover the trial Monday live from Minneapolis on “The Story,” which airs weekdays from 3-4 p.m. ET.
MacCallum will speak with citizens and local business owners about the trial’s impact on the community, and discuss the trial with a panel of experts, including Fox News contributor and civil rights attorney Leo Terrell and former Washington D.C. homicide detective Ted Williams.
MaCallum will also present live reports across Fox News Channel programs on Monday, with FNC correspondents Mike Tobin, Matt Finn and Jeff Paul providing news updates throughout the week.
How to watch:
In addition to programming on the Fox News Channel, Fox News Digital will provide livestreams of the proceedings and an up-to-the-minute live blog of the latest breaking news developments at FoxNews.com.
Fox Nation’s Nancy Grace will also cover the trial on “Crime Stories with Nancy Grace.”
Fox News Radio will provide listeners with live reaction and analysis throughout the week on nationally syndicated radio programs “The Brian Kilmeade Show,” “FOX Across America with Jimmy Failla” and “The Guy Benson Show.”
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FOX News Headlines 24/7 will also share the latest updates every 15 minutes on SiriusXM Channel 115.
The “FOX News Hourly Update Podcast” will be providing updates on the trial, available at FOXNewsPodcasts.com.
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