What Derek Chauvin wrote on his hand ahead of murder conviction

Derek Chau­vin jot­ted down his lawyer’s phone num­ber on his hand ahead of his Tues­day con­vic­tion for killing George Floyd, a new report said.

Chauvin’s lawyer, Eric Nel­son, con­firmed with TMZ that his client wrote down the num­ber in antic­i­pa­tion of hav­ing his bail revoked — which it was — fol­low­ing the guilty ver­dicts on all charges.

In a pho­to­graph show­ing Chau­vin being escort­ed in hand­cuffs by an offi­cer after the rul­ing, writ­ing can be seen on the for­mer cop’s left palm.

Chau­vin faces a max­i­mum of 40 years in prison for the May 2020 death of Floyd. He was con­vict­ed of sec­ond-degree mur­der, third degree mur­der and sec­ond-degree manslaughter.

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