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Jury Awards $11.5 Million to the Family of Man Fatally Shot by Officers in Minnesota

Jurors awarded $11.5 million on Tuesday to the family of a man fatally shot by two St. Paul police officers in 2017.

The jurors found on Monday that Officer Nathaniel Younce, who fired just before Officer Mikko Norman, violated Cordale Handy’s constitutional rights by using excessive force and that he’d wrongfully caused his death. They did not find the same for Norman.

Handy’s mother, Kimberly Handy-Jones, filed a federal lawsuit, which went to trial last week and concluded Tuesday.

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