A Minneapolis judge has delayed the start of the trial for former police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
The murder trial, which was set to begin Monday, will start on Tuesday morning with the selection of jurors, according to MSN.com.
Judge Peter Cahill of the Hennepin County district court delayed the trial to mull over whether to reinstate the third-degree murder charge against Chauvin.
But, according to ABC News, Judge Cahill said he does not have jurisdiction to rule on whether the third-degree murder charge should be reinstated.
Chauvin is charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of Floyd during a traffic stop in May 2020.
A viral video that showed Chauvin pressing his knee into Floyd's neck as he took his last breath sparked weeks of rioting, looting and unrest in Minneapolis and other Democratic stronghold states.
Black Lives Matter has been protesting outside the courthouse for days.
Minneapolis and Hennepin County officials spent at least $1 million erecting fences topped with barbed wire and other barricades around the courthouse and City Hall buildings.
BLM is calling for the quick conviction of Chauvin. One speaker led BLM in chants: "The whole world is watching!"