Kim Potter Trial | The Verdict Is In : Kim Potter Has Been Found Guilty On Both Charges

The Minnesota jury in the Kim Potter Trial has reached a verdict on the charges against Kimberly Potter for the shooting of Daunte Wright.

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A Minneapolis jury reached an “outcome” on Thursday in the trial of Kim Potter, a former police officer charged with fatally shooting Daunte Wright, a Black motorist — accidentally, she’s claimed, by grabbing her gun instead of a Taser.

Hennepin County Judge Regina Chu is expected to reveal the outcome — reached by a panel of two Asian Americans, one Black person and nine white people — between 1:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. CST.

The jury has spent over 26 hours deliberating.

Kim Potter, 49, is facing charges of first and second degree manslaughter. The former carries a maximum sentence of 15 years, while the latter carries a maximum sentence of 10 years.

Potter had 26 years of experience as a police officer on April 11 when she says she mistook her handgun for her Taser and fatally wounded 20-year-old Wright.

The jury in the trial of Kim Potter for the death of Daunte Wright, has reached a verdict
On the charge of :

  • 1st Degree Manslaughter of Daunte Wright : Kim Potter has been found GUILTY

On the charge of :

  • 2nd Degree Manslaughter Of Daunte Wright former police officer Kim Potter has been found : GUILTY
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