Medical Examiner Dr. Andrew Baker, who performed Floyd's autopsy, testified Friday in the trial of former MPD officer Derek Chauvin.
Multiple expert medical witnesses stated Thursday that they believe Floyd died due to restricted breathing, rather than a drug overdose.
The cause of Floyd's death is expected to play a key role in the outcome of the trial.
LAPD Sgt. Jody Stiger testified that Derek Chauvin should have ceased his use of force when George Floyd stopped resisting.
A judge had revoked its credentials because it had published what was described as "stolen" video.
MPD Chief Medaria Arradondo told jurors Monday that Derek Chauvin's restraint should have ended when George Floyd stopped resisting.
"If your knee is on a person's neck, that could kill them," the lieutenant said, citing officers are not trained to kneel on someone's neck.
Witnesses included Christopher Martin, who was working as a store clerk at Cup Foods on May 25.
Multiple witnesses who were on the scene when George Floyd died in police custody were questioned Tuesday.
Walz likened Minnesota to the late-'90s football team he coached.
The Daily Mail published body camera footage from two of the officers before the videos were made public, going against a court order.
Preempted daytime programming will air on WFTC FOX 9+ on Channel 29.
The court has seated seven of the 12 jurors.
After several appeals and hearings, Judge Cahill reinstated the charge against Chauvin.
Judge Cahill rejected the prosecution's motion to delay the start of jury selection, but it was delayed Monday anyway.