The court is in session, and closing arguments in former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin's criminal trial will begin soon.
Judge Peter Cahill is reading instructions to the jurors on the law.
Next, prosecutor Steve Schleicher will deliver the state's closing argument, and prosecuting attorney Jerry Blackwell is expected to handle the rebuttal, according to John Stiles, deputy chief of staff for Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.
Defense attorney Eric Nelson will deliver the defense's closing argument.
What comes next: The judge will send the jury off to begin deliberations in the Hennepin County Government Center. The jury will remain sequestered for deliberations until a verdict is reached and will stay in a hotel at night.