Prosecutors in the criminal case against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for George Floyd’s death have an “extremely likely” chance of winning a conviction, according to former prosecutor Mike Snipes.

His opinion comes from key experience: Snipes is one of the few prosecutors that has successfully prosecuted a murder case against an officer. Convictions in such cases are very rare.

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