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Sep 25 - minnesota trial court judge changes his mind.......says derek chauvin isnt poor



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Sep 25 - minnesota trial court judge changes his mind.......says derek chauvin isnt poor
 

 
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Convicted murderer Derek Chavin apparently isn’t poor after all — at least in the eyes of the law in Minnesota district court.


image One day after deciding that Chauvin could proceed with court filings “in forma pauperis” — translated to mean “in the form of a pauper” — Judge Peter Cahill changed his mind and reversed his decision. Cahill is the same judge who presided over Chauvin’s criminal trial in the death of George Floyd, Jr.

Defendants routinely file motions to proceed “in forma pauperis” to avoid paying the usual filing fees and other requisite costs when submitting documents to a court. On the afternoon of Thursday, Sept, 23, in a document timestamped 4:06 p.m., Cahill determined that Chauvin was, indeed, entitled to be viewed as legally poor and that the much-maligned ex-cop could “proceed in forma pauperis.”

“The applicant shall not be required to pay any fees, costs, and security,” that initial and since-rubbished court document explained. “The applicant’s claims are not frivolous and applicant is financially unable to pay any fees and entitled to proceed in forma pauperis.”

The perfunctory form was subsequently revoked less than a day later.

On the morning of Friday, Sept. 24, Cahill issued what in essence is a complete about face.

“Based on the affidavit of the applicant Derek Michael Chauvin and the authority of Minn. Stat. § 563.01 . . . [t]he applicant is not found to be indigent and is not entitled to proceed in forma pauperis.”

That document was electronically signed at 11:13 a.m. and filed at 11:30 a.m.

The ultimate decision means Chauvin will have to pay filing fees for future court documents in any residual district court proceedings.

The move came shortly after Chauvin asked the Minnesota Court of Appeals to examine his murder conviction. Chauvin issued a laundry list of alleged procedural errors in the trial which resulted in a 270-month sentence. He’s proceeding with the appeal without an attorney because the Court of Appeals refused to appoint him an appellate public defender. Chauvin has asked the Minnesota Supreme Court to examine that denial according to separate papers filed with the Court of Appeals


Minneapolis NBC affiliate KARE-11 confirmed that Eric Nelson, Chauvin’s trial attorney, “does not represent Mr. Chauvin on the state appeal at this time,” citing his law firm
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 4 weeks ago '13        #2
jrockex 
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piece of sh*t

he needs to pay his fines and take his 270 months and go on somewhere
gonna sit there and try and appeal sh*t foh
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 4 weeks ago '21        #3
Aztec King 
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fu*k that ex pig, you know white people got money.
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 4 weeks ago '17        #4
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I'm sure he has access to funds.

You know racist cops across America set up some kinda fund for him.

"Who is paying for Derek Chauvin defense?

The Minnesota Police and Peace Officers a*sociation

His defense is funded by the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers a*sociation, a larger a*sociation that police unions across Minnesota pay to be a part of, as part of a*sociation guidelines.
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 4 weeks ago '11        #5
GrindPOWER$  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x15
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don't care just make sure he never come out of jail
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 4 weeks ago '04        #6
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 Rich130 said
I'm sure he has access to funds.

You know racist cops across America set up some kinda fund for him.

"Who is paying for Derek Chauvin defense?

The Minnesota Police and Peace Officers a*sociation

His defense is funded by the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers a*sociation, a larger a*sociation that police unions across Minnesota pay to be a part of, as part of a*sociation guidelines.
This! Now think about the same strategy for every county to get corrupt cops off.
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 4 weeks ago '17        #7
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Judge knows that some racist support group is willing to pay his legal fees..


Last edited by KingBud; 09-26-2021 at 06:59 AM..
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