(Hennepin County, MN)  —  A Hennepin County judge is still considering whether cameras should be allowed in the courtroom for the upcoming state trial of three former Minneapolis police officers in connection with the death of George Floyd.  Judge Peter Cahill said yesterday that he doesn’t believe he has the discretion to make an exception to Minnesota law, which prohibits any video or audio broadcast of trials.  Judges have made exceptions for the trials of former police officers Derek Chauvin and Kimberly Potter because of COVID-19 restrictions and high public interest in the cases.  Attorneys for all three defendants are opposed to live-streaming the proceedings.