People react after the verdict was read in the Derek Chauvin trial on April 20, 2021, in Minneapolis.(Scott Olson / Getty Images) By Los Angeles Times Staff April 20, 2021 3:31 PM PT FacebookTwitterShow more sharing optionsShareClose extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied!Print 1 Live updates: Derek Chauvin found guilty of murdering George Floyd The jury in the trial of Derek Chauvin convicted the former Minneapolis police officer of murder in the death of George Floyd.2 Derek Chauvin is guilty of murdering George Floyd The landmark case has riveted a nation wrestling with the issues of police brutality and racial injustice it raised.3 El ex policía Derek Chauvin es culpable de asesinar a George Floyd, según el jurado El jurado llega a un veredicto en el juicio por asesinato del ex oficial Derek Chauvin sobre la muerte de George Floyd. El veredicto se leyó hoy martes por la tarde.4 ‘I just feel so relieved.’ America reflects on the murder conviction of Derek Chauvin Across the country, people began to reflect on what it meant for a white officer to be convicted in the killing of a Black man.5 ‘George’s legacy’: Guilty verdict in Floyd’s murder reenergizes Democrats’ push for reform Former Police Officer Derek Chauvin’s conviction for murdering George Floyd has reenergized President Biden and Washington lawmakers aiming for reform. 6 At flashpoint of George Floyd protests, Fairfax Avenue reacts to verdict with relief At flashpoint of George Floyd protests, Fairfax Avenue praises verdict and hopes for justice7 Editorial: Chauvin’s conviction is not our exoneration Even though we profess that all men are created equal, we have built a society that dispenses unequal treatment by race and by class, especially in encounters with police.8 Photos: A nation reacts to guilty verdict in Chauvin trial in death of George Floyd Reaction to verdict in death of George Floyd 9 After tense wait, Los Angeles welcomes guilty verdicts in trial of Derek Chauvin Sporadic celebrations erupted after the former police officer was convicted in the death of George Floyd.10 Hollywood hails Chauvin guilty verdict: ‘Today we can breathe a sigh of relief’ After Derek Chauvin was found guilty in George Floyd’s murder, celebs such as Mariah Carey, Kerry Washington, Chris Evans and RZA weighed in on social media.11 LeBron James, Naomi Osaka and other athletes react to Derek Chauvin guilty verdict Athletes across several major sports reacted within moments on social media to Derek Chauvin being found guilty of murdering George Floyd.12 Granderson: A guilty verdict in the Chauvin trial won’t bring about systemic change. No single case can A jury can’t lead systemic change. As long as good cops protect bad ones, we’ll be in the same spot we were the day before Floyd died. 13 A look at high-profile killings by police in the U.S. It’s been rare for a police officer to be charged with a crime in the death of a civilian, and winning a conviction is hard.14 House rejects GOP effort to censure Rep. Maxine Waters over remarks to Floyd protesters The House voted 216 to 210 to reject a Republican effort to censure Los Angeles Rep. Maxine Waters for her comments to protesters seeking justice for George Floyd.