The trial of the man accused of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis began more than two weeks ago.
Derek Chauvin addressed the court for the first time, but only to invoke the fifth amendment, which is the right not to answer questions and incriminate yourself.
His legal team have now rested their case as the trial nears its end.
Sky’s Sally Lockwood reports from Minneapolis.
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